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Pedro Feliciano
Pedro Feliciano
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 264 of 983 players
Feliciano
Pedro Juan Feliciano
Born: August 25, 1976 at Rio Piedras, P.R.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 5.10 Weight: 185

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First Mets game: September 4, 2002
Last Mets game: September 28, 2013





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murphy
September 6, 2002
Well, based on his first appearance for the Mets, he looks like he has better stuff than Shawn Estes ever had.

Mr. Sparkle
October 20, 2002
He seemed liked a decent addition to the pen and certainly had potential down the road. But, in the ever revolving door that is the bullpen he was claimed over waivers by the Tigers. What's curious is that Mets only have 38 players on their 40 man rosters so why was in necessary to put him through waivers?

Larry Burns
November 13, 2002
Sorry to disagree with you Mr. Sparkle but they did not protect him because he was a total lame-o! His stuff was flat and and eminently hittable when he could control it. I truly believe that his blind brother Jose could snap off a more effective curveball (all the while crooning lovely Spanish ballads)!

Joe Figliola
January 23, 2003
Here today, gone tomorrow, here today again. I recently read that Pedro was brought back by the Amazin's. Make up your mind!

armando looper
May 24, 2006
Quality lefty with solid deceptive stuff. I definitely trust him in tight spots.

Mr. Sparkle
June 9, 2006
Never thought much of him in the past. He's been very solid in 06. Keep up the good work.

agee_of_aquarius
August 24, 2006
He throws a slider against lefty batters that looks like a wiffle ball pitch. It leaves Feliciano's hand and heads for right field, then bends back over the inside corner of the plate.

Jamey Bumbalo
August 14, 2007
Without receiving much praise or even attention, Feliciano has done a fantastic job for the Mets this year and last. His devastating pitches look unhittable.

Mr. Sparkle
August 28, 2008
My patience with this guy is over. He is very hot and cold and when he is cold he is ice cold. It seems he is always in the middle of a bullpen melt down. He SUCKS!

Gets by Buckner
May 28, 2010
In my opinion, there is a big reason why Pedro pitched in 88 games in 2009. I know the Mets were horrible, but Jerry Manuel saw something in him to bring him out 88 times.

Shickhaus Franks
December 28, 2010
Say goodbye to No. 25 because he's heading to the Bronx to pitch for the YANKEES!!!! UGH!!!! It's like going from a Christian Church to a Satanic Occult. Yet another kick in the face to loyal Orange and Blue fans!!!! In the immortal words of Chevy Chase in Caddyshack: "Thank You Very Little." If Donald Trump or Mark Cuban were the owner of the Mets, that deal with the Evil Empire DOESN'T HAPPEN WHATSOEVER!!!!!

Shickhaus Franks
March 22, 2011
Benedict Arnold aka Pedro Feliciano recently said "It's everybody's dream to be a Yankee." When I heard that, I threw up in my mouth big time! He's no different than Johnny Damon who took the coward's way out by shaving and getting a haircut to play for the Bronx Evil Empire. I don't wish the best of luck to Pedro in his new role in the Bronx. I hope he gets lit up like the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree every time he pitches, especially when he faces Red Sox Nation and of course his old mates in Flushing!

Jonathan Stern
December 6, 2012
One of the most reliable middle relievers the Mets had during an era in which good relief was hard to find.

Mister X
February 16, 2013
I see that Pedro was recently brought back by the Mets. I also noticed that he is second on the team's all-time list of games pitched. At the time of this writing, 15 of the top 21 pitchers on that list are non-starters. I'm not saying that Pedro was ever a bad pitcher for the Mets because he certainly wasn't, but the fact that he and all those other relievers dominate the team's games pitched list shows that bullpens may have been relied upon a little too much for a long time. Not only for the Mets, but for all teams.

In any sense, welcome back, Pedro!









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