Houston Astros right-hander Scott Feldman received an MRI on his right shoulder earlier this week, and the word was positive: he didn't have a tear in the shoulder.
However, he experienced a setback on Saturday when the discomfort that drove him out of his September 1 start showed up again while he was playing catch on the field.
Speaking with MLB.com's Chandler Rome after the Astros' loss on Saturday, manager A.J. Hinch summed up Feldman's latest injury wrinkle as follows: "It didn't go particularly well. We'll have to regroup and find out what is next for him."
Rome noted that Feldman will be reevaluated in the coming days as the Astros try to figure out just what exactly is behind his shoulder ailment.