Occasionally self-deprecating and always good-natured, Astros righthander Scott Feldman didn’t seem too thrilled after his first complete game of the season Sunday. He’s hard on himself even after doing well, a symptom of a pitcher who isn’t satisfied with an up-and-down year. Feldman made 108 pitches in a 6-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, sending the Astros (47-65) into a day off with five wins in their last seven games. They took the last three games of the four-game set with the Jays, who are making a run in the American League East at 60-53. “I feel like I’m fine,” said Feldman, who allowed eight hits. “I felt a little messed up after I got off the DL (in May). Even when I have had bad games, it hasn’t been like, ‘Oh my God, what am I doing?’ I feel like I’m close.” Yet not where he wants to be, even with progress. Six of his last eight outings have been quality starts, and his ERA is down to 4.13. “He wants to do well,” pitching coach Brent Strom said. “He knows his position on this club and what he means to this staff especially, the investment that was made. “I would say that given the way the game started today, I would not have bet my ranch, my house, that he would go to six. But then he got into a nice groove, induced early contact.”