Pedro Feliz #7

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 1"/210

Pedro Feliz MLB Career Stats

.250 140 598 13 .698

Pedro Feliz Bio

  • Full Name: Pedro Julio Feliz
  • Born: 4/27/1975 in Azua, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Los Toros, Azua, DOM
  • Debut: September 5, 2000
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/3/2010
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MLB Career Stats 4254 487 1065 140 598 13 .250 .288 .698


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Pedro Feliz Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2008 Philadelphia NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/21/2006 San Francisco NL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2000 Fresno PCL

Pedro Feliz Leaderboards

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2006 98 17th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2005 4 19th in NL
2006 5 24th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2005 156 19th in NL
2006 160 3rd in NL
2009 158 11th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2006 603 13th in NL
2009 580 19th in NL

Pedro Feliz Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2011 3B Pedro Feliz elected free agency.
August 12, 2011 Tucson Padres signed free agent 3B Pedro Feliz.
March 27, 2011 Kansas City Royals released 3B Pedro Feliz.
February 3, 2011 Kansas City Royals signed free agent 3B Pedro Feliz to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 7, 2010 3B Pedro Feliz elected free agency.
August 19, 2010 Houston Astros Traded 3B Pedro Feliz to St. Louis Cardinals and Palm Beach Cardinals Traded David Carpenter to Lancaster JetHawks.
December 10, 2009 Houston Astros signed free agent Pedro Feliz.
November 9, 2009 3B Pedro Feliz elected free agency.

Pedro Julio Feliz Bio Info

He and his wife, Niurka Mateo, have three daughters: Isa, Helen and Heidi, and reside in Windermere, Fla...Attended Los Toros High School in the Dominican before being signed by San Francisco in 1994. 2010 Opened the campaign with the Astros before being dealt to St. Louis on August 19 in exchange for RHP Dan Carpenter...Collected his 1,000th career hit on May 12 at St. Louis, a single off Kyle Lohse. 2009 Set a career high in hits (154)...hit a team-best .336 (47x140) with RISP...hit .325 (27x83) with two homers and 17 RBI through his first 24 games...slugged his sixth and seventh career grand slams on July 12 vs. PIT (Virgil Vasquez) and on Sept. 29 vs. HOU (Wilton Lopez)...had 45 multi-hit games; Phillies went 32-13 (.711) in those games...defensively, finished first in games (155) and double plays (35) among NL third basemen, second in starts (150) and total chances (437), third in assists (312) and putouts (110) and had the fifth-best fielding percentage (.966)...started all 15 of the Phillies postseason games, combining to hit .167 (9x54) with two homers and four RBI in the three rounds of Game 4 of the World Series on Nov. 1 vs. NYY, went 3x4 with a homer and two RBI...the homer tied the game at 4-4 in the bottom of the 8th inning. 2008 First season with the Phillies...Had the 2nd-best fielding % among NL 3rd basemen (.974)...Made one error in his final 57 games (44 starts) of the season, including none in his final 33 games (22 starts)...Six of his 14 HR either tied the game or gave the Phillies a lead (5 leads/1 tie); 6 of his 14 HR came in one-run games...Batted .438 (7-16), 2B, HR, 5 RBI as a pinch-hitter; hit his 2nd career pinch HR (game-winner), 4/20/08 vs NYM (Pedro Feliciano)...Slugged his 5th career grand slam, 6/27 at TEX (Kason Gabbard)...Was placed on the 15-day DL for the 1st time in his career on 7/29 (retroactive to 7/25) with lower back inflammation; activated on 8/20 after playing in 2 rehab games with Reading (AA)...Hit the game-tying single in the 9th inning (Jonathan Broxton) and his 2nd career walk-off HR in the 11th inning (Jason Johnson), 8/24 vs LAD, after not entering the game until the 7th inning...Grounded into 6 double plays in his final 105 games, after having 8 GIDP through his first 28 games...Started 11 of the Phillies' 14 playoff games at 3rd base, including all 5 World Series games...Drove in the winning run in the 7th inning of the World Series clincher, 10/29 vs TB...Had lower back surgery on 11/20 (Dr. Robert Watkins). 2007 Led all NL 3rd basemen in fielding % (.973) and committed the 3rd-fewest errors (11; min. 300 total chances)...Made 137 starts at 3rd base, 3 at 1st base and 2 in LF...Became the 9th player in Giants history with 4 consecutive 20-HR seasons...Slugged his 100th career HR, 6/23 vs NYY...Tied his career high (5th time) with a 10-game hitting streak (.371), 7/8-22...Appeared at catcher for the 1st time in his ML career, 7/8 vs OAK (0.1 inning); entered game in 10th inning after Eliezer Alfonzo was injured in a home plate collision...Batted .310 with RISP, including .393 in his final 48 games. 2006 Was given chance to play one position exclusively for 1st time in big league career, and responded by establishing career highs with 22 HRs (matching 2004 output) and team-high 98 RBI...also set career standard with club-best 35 2Bs...however, batting avg.dipped to .244, his lowest since .227 mark as rookie in 2001...was iron man, playing in 160 of SF's 161 games, starting 155 and playing all but 44.1 of club's 1,429.2 innings of defense...only game he did not appear in was Aug.1 vs.Washington...started 154 contests at 3B and 1 at SS...also logged 3.0 frames in LF...opened Aug.17 contest at SD as shortstop, marking 1st start at position since June 17, 2004 vs.Toronto...hit .274 (96-for-350) while doing most of his most damage during 1st half, as his 15 HRs and 62 RBI in 89 games were most by any SF 3rd baseman prior to All-Star Break since Matt Williams had 17 and 68, respectively, in 1996...however, hit just .202 (51-for-253) with 7 clouts and 36 RBI in 71 contests following Midsummer Classic...drove in career-best 6 runs June 15 at Arizona...finished contest 4-for-5 with 2B and HR...finished year on upswing, driving in 20 runs over his final 35 outings...compiled career-best 10-game hitting streak Sept.8-19...played for Gigantes in Dominican Winter League following season. 2005 Logged 1st season as everyday player, enduring ups and downs but leading club with 156 games, 20 HRs and 81 RBI...made 146 starts at trio of positions (70 in LF, 67 at 3B, 9 at 1B)...hit safely in 100 games overall, including 32 multi-hit efforts...began season as SF's starting left fielder in place of injured Barry fact, became 1st Giants player other than Bonds since Mike Felder in 1992 to make Opening Day start in left field, getting nod April 5 vs. season's end, made more starts in left than any other Giant (Moises Alou logged 65)...SF was 35-32 (.522) when he started at hot corner, and 6-3 (.667) when he was in starting lineup at 1B...was at his best offensively early on, ranking 3rd in NL with 22 RBI in 23 April games...22 RBI also established career-high for any month, and was tied for 5th most ever by San Francisco Giant in March/April...posted 10-game hitting streak April 18-27...slugged 3rd career grand slam April 15 at Colorado (off Jamey Wright), finishing with career-high 5 RBI in SF's 13-6 victory...produced 5th career multi-HR game May 25 vs. LA, belting pair of clouts and driving in 4 runs as Giants rolled to 10-2 triumph...established career highs with 5 hits and 4 runs (most by Giant in 2005) Aug. 16 in Cincinnati, falling HR shy of cycle...went 5-for-5 with 2 2Bs and 3B, as SF defeated Reds by 10-8 count...however, ended season in 8-for-57 (.140) spell over his last 15 games. 2004 In 1st season playing over 100 games, set career highs in nearly every offensive category while emerging as one of SF's top threats...established career standards with 144 games, .276 avg., 72 runs, 139 hits, 33 2Bs, 22 HRs, 84 RBI and 5 stolen bases, while equaling high-water mark with 3 3Bs...played in more contests than any other Giant besides Barry Bonds (147) and Marquis Grissom (145), while tying for 2nd on club for HRs and ranking 3rd for RBI...led club in doubles, paving way for Giants to set franchise record for 2-baggers (314)...made 109 starts, including opening assignments in 106 of SF's last 148 games (beginning April 19)...made starts at 1st base (58 games), 3rd base (37) and shortstop (14), with Giants logging impressive 64-45 (.587) mark in those contests...was also effective off bench, as he was 3rd on SF for pinch hits (6-for-22, .273) and 2nd with 4 RBI in role...ranked 2nd on club with 40 multi-hit games...despite starting at 3 different positions and also logging 2 games each in both left and right field, committed just 13 errors in 765 total chances (.983 fielding pct.) fact, made just 5 miscues in 498 chances (.990 pct.) over his last 82 games in 62 games following All-Star Break, hit .306 (63-for-206) with 38 runs, 18 2Bs, 3B, 9 HRs and 33 RBI...matched career high with 10-game hitting streak Aug. 25-Sept. 8, going 14-for-41 (.341)...belted pair of solo homers Aug. 20 vs. Mets, marking 3rd multi-homer game of season and 4th of also hammered pair of clouts May 12 vs. Philadelphia and June 7 at Colorado...connected for 2nd career grand slam in dramatic style Sept. 25 vs. LA, belting 2-out, game-winning shot in 8th inning (off Yhency Brazoban) that snapped 5-5 tie...finished 4-for-5 on afternoon, matching career high in hits and career best in RBI (4). 2003 Enjoyed most productive big league campaign, establishing career highs in nearly every offensive category, including games (95), at-bats (235), runs (31), hits (58), 3Bs (3), HRs (16) and RBI (48) fact, averaged HR every 14.7 at-bats, ratio that would have ranked 7th in NL with enough ABs to qualify...showed penchant for delivering big knock, as evidenced by 2-out, game-winning single off All-Star closer Keith Foulke to produce 7-6, 10-inning victory over Oakland June 28...also belted walk-off, 3-run homer off Jay Witasick to defeat San Diego 5-2 July 25...proved very versatile, making starts at 3 different positions...logged opening assignments at 3B (28 times), LF (11) and 1B (9)...made 1st career starts in LF May 24-26 at Coors Field, filling in for injured Barry Bonds...also made 1st career appearance at 1B with start at position June 12 at White 48 starts overall, hit at .239 clip (44-for-184) with 4 2Bs, 12 HRs and 37 RBI...season took off during 4-game series at Colorado May 23-26...despite collecting career-high 4 hits April 9 vs. San Diego, went to Denver homerless and carrying .200 avg. (6-for-30) with 2 RBI over his 1st 19 contests...was thrust into lineup with Bonds injury and clubbed 3 HRs in 4 contests vs. Rockies, going 4-for-12 with 3B and 7 RBI...beginning with that set, hit .254 (52-for-205) with 16 HRs, 46 RBI and .551 slugging pct. over his final 76 contests...hammered his 1st career grand slam June 11 in Chicago, 2-out, 1st-inning blast (off Mark Buehrle)...4 RBI marked career best, while he also collected 6 3-RBI contests...produced his 1st career multi-homer game June 21 at Oakland, taking A's starter Tim Hudson deep twice...finished evening 3-for-5 with 2 runs and 3 RBI...suffered through 9-for-59 (.153) spell over 22-game stretch June 29-Aug. 8, but rebounded to post .293 avg. (22-for-75) over his last 29 outings...went 2-for-3 as pinch hitter with 3B and RBI in NLDS vs. Florida...2 hits in pinch established club NLDS mark for series...had pinch 3B and run scored in Game 2 vs. Marlins, leading off SF's 5th inning with score tied...hit snapped stretch of 20 post season at-bats without safety by Giant pinch hitters dating back to 2000 NLDS vs. Mets...added RBI, pinch 1B in Game 3, driving in tying run in 6th...batted .342 (55-for-161) with 7 HRs for Gigantes in Dominican Winter League...finished 2nd in league for avg. 2002 Saw limited action, spelling starting 3rd baseman David Bell and serving as pinch hitter...made 32 starts (all at 3B), hitting safely in 20 while going 29-for-107 (.271) with 9 runs, 2 HRs and 11 RBI...however, was in opening lineup just 28 times in SF's last 158 games...was also 6-for-25 (.240) with 2 RBI as pinch hitter...made 1st career Opening Day start April 2 in Los Angeles, opening at 3B and finishing 1-for-4 with fact, started each of 1st 4 games on campaign while Bell played 2B due to disablement of Jeff Kent...was 3-for-4 with HR and 2 RBI June 22 vs. Baltimore...homer was 2-run blast off Travis Driskill...made 1st career appearance at SS June 5 in San Diego, but did not have any chances...tied career high with 3 RBI Sept. 14 vs. San Diego, finishing 1-for-4 with 2B...appeared in 5 games during post season, going hitless in 7 at-bats...started as DH in Game 7 of World Series and went 0-for-3 with 2 strikeouts...was 0-for-4 as pinch hitter in playoff action...excelled in Dominican Winter League following season, batting .356 (26-for-73) in 19 gams for Cibao. 2001 Young infielder enjoyed periods of success during 1st full Major League season, hitting .227 with 7 HRs and 22 RBI...made 51 starts for SF, all at 3B, hitting safely in 32 (.241, 41-for-170, 4 2Bs, 6 HR, 19 RBI)...earned NL Rookie of Month honors for July, finishing 17-for-49 (.347) with 2 2Bs, 3B, 4 HRs, 8 RBI and 6 runs scored in 19 games...from July 1-Oct. 7, raised his overall season avg. 31 points (from .197 to final .227 mark)...opened season 8-for-32 (.250) over his 1st 14 games through May 1...had 2-for-4 effort with run scored and stolen base in 1st career start April 5 vs. San Diego...drove in winning run with sac fly in 9th inning April 11 in San Diego (off Trevor Hoffman), finishing game 1-for-3 with 2B and RBI...had career-best 3 hits May 1 at Pittsburgh...however, struggled in May and June, hitting just .200 (14-for-70) in 28 games...slugged 1st career roundtripper May 23 in Arizona (off Greg Swindell), finishing contest 2-for-4 with 2B...collected game-winning hit June 30 vs. St. Louis, snapping 2-2 tie in 8th inning with 2-run, pinch-single, his 1st career hit as PH...homered in consecutive games July 25-26, connecting for solo shots in SF victories at Colorado (off Brian Bohanon) and Arizona (off Erik Sabel)...strung together career-best 10-game hitting streak July 25-Aug. 9 (14-for-36, .389)...overall, hit .316 (24-for-76) in 26 games from July 8-Aug. 26...established career highs with 3 hits and 3 RBI against Pittsburgh Aug. 31, going 3-for-6 with 2B and HR...clubbed 2-run clout in 6th (off Dave Williams) to give SF 5-4 lead, then gave Giants 8-7 victory with 2-out, RBI-single in 11th...slumped down stretch, suffering through 3-for-32 (.094) skid over his final 17 contests...played for Pollos in Dominican Winter League. 2000 Spent majority of year at triple-A Fresno prior to being recalled to San Francisco Sept. 1...was named to Pacific Coast League All-Star 128 games for Grizzlies, hit .298 (150-for-503) with career-highs in runs (85), 2Bs (34), HRs (33) and RBI (105)...played 121 games at 3B...HR total led all Giants minor leaguers, while ranking 3rd in RBI and 7th in average...ranked among PCL leaders in HRs (tied for 3rd), RBI (4th) and extra base hits (2nd, 69)...collected 1st 2 ML hits Sept. 7 vs. Padres (1st was 1B off Carlos Almanzar), after making ML debut Sept. 5 vs. Phillies...shared Fresno Player of Month honors for August with Chad Zerbe...following season, played for both Grand Canyon of Arizona Fall League and Pollos of Dominican Winter League. 1999 Spent entire campaign with Double-A Shreveport...posted career-high 77 RBI, surpassing previous mark of 56 set in 1997 with Single-A Bakersfield...also established new career mark with 6 3Bs...hit 14 home runs and had 24 2Bs on year, falling just 1 shy of career-bests set in 1997...however, .253 average was 2nd lowest of 6-year pro career...finished season on strong note, hitting .337 (35-for-104) in 28 games during August, earning Captains' Player of Month honors...had 2 2Bs, 3B, 5 HR, 12 RBI and 10 runs scored in award-winning month...raised his average 24 points during Aug. (from .228 on July 31 to .252 on Aug. 31)...hit safely in 36 of his final 45 games played, going 53-for-174 (.305) with 5 2Bs, 4 3Bs, 7 HRs and 27 RBI...raised batting average 36 points during stretch, from .217 on July 17 to season-ending .253 average matched highest mark of year...belted pair of home runs April 10 at Tulsa (TEX), finishing 2-for-6 with season-high 6 RBI...only other multi-homer effort came Aug. 1 vs. El Paso (MIL)...went 2-for-4 with 5 RBI on contest. 1998 Got off to slow start in 1st season at Shreveport before playing well enough to earn late-season promotion to Triple-A 100 games for Captains, hit .264 (96-for-364) with 23 2Bs, 2 3Bs, 12 HRs and 50 RBI...was hitting .209 (18-for-86) in his 1st 25 games before going on Disabled List with sprained right ankle...was disabled from May 2-June 9...hit .312 (67-for-215) with 17 2Bs, 10 HRs and 37 RBI over his 1st 56 games back from Disabled List through Aug. 10...earned promotion to Fresno Sept. 1 and appeared in 3 regular season games for Grizzlies...hit .429 (3-for-7) with 2B, HR and 3 RBI...started 2 games at 3B for Fresno in PCL playoffs and went hitless in 9 at-bats with RBI. 1997 Spent full season at single-A Bakersfield, appearing in 135 of team's 140 games...established career-highs in games, at-bats (515), runs (59), hits (140), doubles (25), home runs (14) and walks (23)...hit .283 (121-for-427) with 12 HRs and 49 RBI in 111 contests over final 4 months of campaign...was honored by Giants' organization as Player of the Month for Bakersfield in August, batting .289 (33-for-117) with 5 HRs, 13 RBI and 17 runs scored in 29 games...played exclusively at 3rd base. 1996 Played his 2nd straight season at single-A Burlington, appearing in 93 contests while batting .265 with 5 HRs and 36 RBI...homers were his 1st as professional, having been held without clout in 232 at-bats over previous 2 seasons...served as club's primary 3rd baseman (91 games), while also seeing action at 1st base (2 contests). 1995 Was assigned to rookie-level Bellingham in June after remaining in Arizona for extended spring training... participated in 43 contests for Northwest League squad, batting career-best .274 with 16 RBI...made 25 appearances at 3B and 4 at 1B. 1994 Made pro debut with rookie-level Scottsdale Giants, seeing action in 38 games...struggled at plate as he spent his 1st full year away from Dominican, batting just .193 (23-for-119) with no HRs and 3 RBI...each of his 23 hits were singles.