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Pedro Feliciano MLB Career Stats

484 22-21 3.33 383.2 350 1.38

Pedro Feliciano Bio

  • Full Name: Pedro Juan Feliciano
  • Nickname: Perpetual Pedro
  • Born: 8/25/1976 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
  • Draft: 1995, Los Angeles Dodgers, 31st rd. (863rd overall)
  • High School: Jose S. Alegria, Dorado, PR
  • Debut: 9/4/2002
  • Last Game: 9/28/2013
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MLB Career Stats 22 21 3.33 484 0 4 383.2 350 1.38


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Pedro Feliciano Stats

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Pedro Feliciano Advanced Stats

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Pedro Feliciano Statcast Events


Pedro Feliciano Leaderboards


Season G Rank
2007 78 10th in NL
2008 86 1st in NL
2009 88 1st in NL
2010 92 1st in NL


Season HLD Rank
2007 18 17th in NL
2008 21 8th in NL
2009 24 8th in NL
2010 23 5th in NL

Pedro Feliciano Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
August 7, 2014 Memphis Redbirds released LHP Pedro Feliciano.
May 27, 2014 LHP Pedro Feliciano assigned to Memphis Redbirds.
May 26, 2014 St. Louis Cardinals signed free agent LHP Pedro Feliciano to a minor league contract.
October 31, 2013 LHP Pedro Feliciano elected free agency.
August 2, 2013 New York Mets selected the contract of LHP Pedro Feliciano from Las Vegas 51s.
July 23, 2013 Pedro Feliciano assigned to Las Vegas 51s from Binghamton Mets.
June 14, 2013 Pedro Feliciano assigned to Binghamton Mets from St. Lucie Mets.
May 6, 2013 LHP Pedro Feliciano assigned to Las Vegas 51s.
May 6, 2013 Pedro Feliciano roster status changed by St. Lucie Mets.
April 29, 2013 St. Lucie Mets activated LHP Pedro Feliciano from the temporarily inactive list.
April 22, 2013 St. Lucie Mets placed LHP Pedro Feliciano on the temporarily inactive list.
April 15, 2013 LHP Pedro Feliciano assigned to St. Lucie Mets.
January 21, 2013 New York Mets signed free agent LHP Pedro Feliciano to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 3, 2012 LHP Pedro Feliciano elected free agency.
October 29, 2012 New York Yankees activated LHP Pedro Feliciano from the 60-day disabled list.
August 31, 2012 Trenton Thunder sent LHP Pedro Feliciano on a rehab assignment to Staten Island Yankees.
August 27, 2012 Pedro Feliciano assigned to Trenton Thunder.
August 24, 2012 GCL Yankees sent LHP Pedro Feliciano on a rehab assignment to Tampa Yankees.
August 22, 2012 Pedro Feliciano assigned to GCL Yankees.
August 21, 2012 GCL Yankees sent LHP Pedro Feliciano on a rehab assignment to Tampa Yankees.
August 10, 2012 Pedro Feliciano assigned to GCL Yankees.
February 22, 2012 New York Yankees placed LHP Pedro Feliciano on the 60-day disabled list. Recovering from September 2011 right shoulder surgery.
October 27, 2011 New York Yankees activated LHP Pedro Feliciano from the 60-day disabled list.
August 25, 2011 sent LHP Pedro Feliciano on a rehab assignment to GCL Yankees.
April 15, 2011 New York Yankees transferred LHP Pedro Feliciano from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
March 30, 2011 New York Yankees placed LHP Pedro Feliciano on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 22, 2011. Left rotator cuff strain.
January 3, 2011 New York Yankees signed free agent LHP Pedro Feliciano.
November 7, 2010 LHP Pedro Feliciano elected free agency.

Pedro Juan Feliciano Bio Info

Pedro Juan Feliciano graduated from Jose S. Algeria High School in Dorado, Puerto Rico. 2012 Missed the entire season recovering from left rotator cuff surgery, performed by Dr. James Andrews, on September 8, 2011...Made 10 major league rehabilitation appearances, starting in July, over four levels of the Yankees minor league organization, but sprained his ankle in September and was shut down for the remainder of the season...Pitched for Tampa (A) of the Florida State League, the Gulf Coast Yankees (R) of the Gulf Coast League, Trenton (AA) of the Eastern League and Staten Island (A) of the New York-Penn League...Allowed three runs, earned, over 9.1 innings (2.89 ERA) during the rehabilitation stint. 2011 Missed the entire season on the disabled list with a left rotator cuff strain ... underwent surgery on 9/8 to repair his left rotator cuff, performed by Dr. James Andrews. ... Began the season on the 15-day disabled list¡K an MRI on 4/13 that revealed a torn capsule in his left shoulder ... marked his fi rst career stint on the Major League D.L ... was transferred to the 60-day D.L. on 4/15¡K was limited to four Spring Training relief appearances, allowing 1ER on 5H in 4.0IP while striking out six. ... Was seen by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla. on 4/18, who recommended a conservative treatment program for a six-week period¡K began a shoulder strengthening program immediately. ... Made one rehab appearance with the GCL Yankees on 8/25, starting and tossing 1.0 scoreless inning (1K) vs. the Tigers. 2010 Went 3-6 with a 3.30 ERA (62.2IP, 23ER) in 92 relief appearances with the Mets, surpassing his own franchise record in games pitched (previous record 88 games in 2009)...His 92 appearances tied the Dodgers' Mike Marshall (1973) for fourth place on Baseball's all-time single-season games pitched list, trailing only Marshall (106 games in 1974) and Pittsburgh's Kent Tekulve (94 in 1979) and Salomon Torres (94 in 2006)...Opponents batted .273 (66-for-242, 1HR); LH .211 (26-for-123, 0HR), RH .336 (40-for- 119, 1HR)...73 of his 92 appearances were scoreless...held opponents hitless in 44 outings...stranded 41-of-50 inherited runners (82.0%)...appeared in consecutive games 15 times, three straight games six times, four straight games twice and six straight games three times...retired 67-of-92 rst batters faced (72.8%)...Each of his three wins (5/4 at Cincinnati, 6/6 vs. Florida and 8/16 at Houston) came in contests in which he recorded just one out...Went 2-4 with a 2.34 ERA (34.2IP, 9ER) in 49 appearances before the All-Star break¡Kin 43 post-All-Star appearances, was 1-2 with a 4.50 ERA (28.0IP, 14ER)...Allowed a 10th-inning walk-off home run to Orlando Cabrera on 5/5 at Cincinnati, his only home run allowed in 2010...did not allow a homer over his final 49.2IP of the season (76 appearances)...Appeared in his 402nd career game in 6/10 loss vs. San Diego, surpassing Tom Seaver (401) for second place on the Mets' all-time games pitched list...also passed Jerry Koosman (376) and Jesse Orosco (372). 2009 Led the majors with 88 appearances...Set the franchise single-season games pitched record with his 87th appearance on September 30th at Washington...Broke his own mark of 86 outings set in 2008...His 88 games were the most in the majors by a pitcher since Jon Rauch also pitched in 88 contests in 2007 with Washington...Is the fifth player in major league history to pitch in at least 85 games in each of two-or-more consecutive seasons (86 games in 2008, 88 in 2009)...Paul Quantrill had a three-year streak (2002-2004), and Mike Marshall (1973-1974), Kent Tekulve (1978-1979) and Rauch (2006-2007) had two-year streaks...Has appeared in 316 games over the last four years (2006-2009), the second most in the majors during that span, behind Rauch (322), and the most for any pitcher in team history over any four season span... Armando Benitez is second with 288 outings from 1999-2002...Finished eighth in the National League with 24 holds, the fourthhighest single-season total in team history...Is tied for fifth in the majors with 45 holds over the last two years (2008- 2009)...Became the franchise's all-time holds leader with his 70th career hold on July 28th vs. Colorado with 1.2 scoreless innings, moving past Aaron Heilman...Now has 75 career holds...Is fifth on the club's all-time games pitched list with 367 games...Jesse Orosco is fourth with 372 appearances...Opponents were 19-104 (.183) against him with runners on base, the seventhlowest mark in the NL (minimum 100 at-bats)...Lefties were 32-149 (.215) with 41 strikeouts against him...Allowed 10 of 54 inherited runners to score...Did not allow an earned run at Citi Field from the start of the season through August 3rd, a span of 25.0 innings...Overall, he yielded six earned runs in 32.0 innings (1.69 ERA) at Citi Field...Recorded a 2.20 ERA (seven earned runs/28.2 innings pitched) in Mets victories and went 5-3 with a 2.91 ERA (17 earned runs/52.2 innings pitched) against NL teams...Named the Sharp Mets Pitcher of the Month for September...Went 1-0 with a 2.79 ERA (three earned runs/9.2 innings pitched) with 13 strikeouts in 17 games...Did not permit an earned run in 14 of his final 16 appearances (two earned runs/7.2 innings pitched, 2.35 ERA)...Did not surrender an earned run in 69 of his final 84 contests...Struck out Ryan Howard with the bases loaded to earn the win in New York's 10-9 comeback victory at Philadelphia on September 12th... Hurled 1.0 scoreless frame to notch the win on July 27th vs. Colorado...Retired one batter in the 11th inning to pick up the win on May 29th vs. Florida...Also worked 1.0 scoreless inning to earn the win on May 23rd at Boston...Posted two wins over Arizona in a span of 12 days...Beat the Diamondbacks with 1.2 scoreless innings of work on August 1st at Citi Field and tossed 0.2 innings to pick up the victory on August 12th at Arizona...Held opponents hitless over 22 at-bats with runners on base, the longest streak of his career, before it was snapped on May 7th vs. Philadelphia...Was 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA (two earned runs/12.2 innings pitched) with 10 strikeouts in May...Did not yield an earned run over 11.0 innings from May 13th-June 1st...Hurled nine straight scoreless appearances from April 11th-April 28th (5.1 innings)...Had two holds and did not permit a run in four games for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic...In 3.0 innings, recorded three strikeouts. 2008 Led the major leagues with 86 outings...Extended his club record for appearances in a single season with his 86th outing on September 28th vs. Chicago...Mike Stanton held the old mark with 83 in 2004...Was tied for ninth in the National League with 21 holds...Left handed batter hit .210 (22-105) off him...Opponents hit .179 (5-28) with runners in scoring position and two outs...Went 2-1 with one save and a 3.09 ERA (eight earned runs/23.1 innings) vs. NL East opponents...Was unscored upon in 30 of his last 35 outings...Had 27 strikeouts in his last 25.0 innings...Did not surrender a run in 70 of his 86 outings...Had a 2.86 ERA (11 earned runs/34.2 innings) prior to the All-Star break...Picked up a save on August 16th at Pittsburgh with 0.2 scoreless innings in New York's 7-4 win...It was his second of the season, equaling his career-high (2007)...Notched his first save of 2008 with a 1-2-3 ninth inning on August 12th at Washington in a 4-3 win...Stranded two runners with a 0.1 inning on September 19th at Atlanta to pick up the win in the Mets' 9-5 triumph...Permitted one run over his first 18 appearances (10.2 innings). 2007 Did not allow an earned run in 64 of his 78 outings...Didn't permit an earned run in his first 14.2 innings before allowing two earned runs on May 12th vs. Milwaukee...Recorded 61 strikeouts in 64.0 innings (8.58 strikeouts per nine innings)...Opponents batted .200 (47-235) off him, tied for the 11th-lowest mark among NL relievers...Was second on the team with 18 holds...Earned a save while ending a game with five strikeouts with 2.0 scoreless innings on September 1st at Atlanta in New York's 5-1 win over the Braves...It was the seventh time in major league history that a save was recorded with five or more strikeouts to end the game...It was his second career save...Notched his first career save with 2.0 shutout innings on June 30th at Philadelphia in New York's 8-3 victory...Went 2-0 with two saves and a 1.93 ERA (five earned runs/23.1 innings) during the day...Held lefthanded batters to a .168 (16-95) batting average...Posted a 2.76 ERA (10 earned runs/32.2 innings) at Shea...Allowed only two earned runs in 18.2 innings (0.96 ERA) combined in April and May. 2006 Was third among NL relievers with a 2.09 ERA...Established career highs in games, wins, innings and strikeouts...Extended his career-high winning streak to six games when he earned his seventh victory of the year on Sept. 29 at Washington with a scoreless inning in New York's 4-3 triumph...Was tied for fourth in the NL with seven relief victories...Had one Major League win entering 2006...Had a career-high 14.2-scoreless innings streak from Aug. 8-Sept. 24....Surrendered only 10 hits and notched 11 strikeouts...Had 10 holds...Was unscored upon in 28 of his last 31 appearances (five earned runs/28.0 innings, 1.61 ERA)...Did not yield an earned run in 56 of his 64 outings...Posted a 0.30 ERA (one earned run/30.1 innings) on the road and constructed a 1.75 ERA (five earned runs/25.2 innings) after the All-Star break...Was 5-1 with a 1.95 ERA (seven earned runs/32.2 innings) against the National League East...Went 2-0 with a 0.79 ERA (one earned run/11.1 innings) in August...Picked up his sixth win on Aug. 26 vs. Philadelphia with a scoreless inning...Also was the winning pitcher on August 12 at Washington in New York's 6-4 victory...Fired 1.2 scoreless innings in that contest...Hurled a scoreless inning to notch his fourth win on July 20 at Cincinnati in the Mets 4-2, 10-inning victory...Recorded his third win on July 16 at Chicago in a 13-7 win...Tossed 1.0 inning to earn the win on July 9 vs. Florida in New York's 7-6 triumph...Picked up his first win since Aug. 4, 2004 at Milwaukee with 1.0 inning of relief on May 24 vs. Philadelphia...Recalled from Norfolk (AAA) of the International League on April 17...Was 0-0 with a 6.23 ERA (three earned runs/4.1 innings) in three games with the Tides...Tossed 2.1 scoreless innings with one strikeout in three games for Puerto Rico during the World Baseball Classic...Was 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA in 14 games for Ponce of the Puerto Rican Winter League...In 12.2 innings, he allowed four hits, with six walks and 13 strikeouts.

POSTSEASON: Was the winning pitcher in Game Three of the NLDS at Los Angeles in New York's 9-5 triumph...Induced Nomar Garciaparra to ground out with the bases loaded in the fifth inning. 2005 Went 3-2 with a 3.89 ERA in 37 games for the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks of the Pacific League in the Japanese League...In 37.0 innings, he permitted 30 hits, 17 runs, 16 earned, with 13 walks and 36 strikeouts...Lost in the Pacific League finals to the Chiba Lotte Marines...Did not pitch in the post-season...Earned his first win of the year on June 2nd, working in relief in a 9-7 triumph over Hanshin...Posted his third victory in an 8-7 win over Chiba Lotte on August 30th, as the Hawks improved to 77-37-2 on the year...Was 0-1 with a 5.87 ERA in seven spring training contests...Had eight strikeouts in 7.2 innings. 2004 Split the season between Norfolk (AAA) of the International League and New York...Was with the Mets on four occassions...Began the season with the Tides and was recalled by the Mets on May 25th...Was optioned to Norfolk on June 1st...Was with the Mets from June 17th-June 19th and again from July 28th-August 12th....Was recalled for the last time on August 14th...Picked up his first major league win on August 4th at Milwaukee in a 6-5 triumph...Struck out the only two batters he faced and stranded one inherited runner...Held lefthanded batters to a .128 (5-39) batting average...Was unscored upon in 18 of his 22 outings with the Mets...Hurled a season-high 3.0 scoreless innings on August 29th vs. Los Angeles...Did not yield a hit or a run from September 8th-September 24th (seven games, spanning 3.2 innings). 2003 Began the season with Norfolk (AAA) of the International League...Had his contract purchased by the Mets on May 22nd...Established career-highs in games, innings pitched and strikeouts...Worked 4.1 scoreless innings on July 10th vs. Philadelphia to extend his career-high scoreless streak to 7.1 innings (July 6th-July 12th)...Tossed a career-high 5.0 innings (also tied a bullpen season-high) on June 28th at Yankee Stadium...Hurled 3.1 innings on June 10th at Texas...Struck out a bullpen season-high five batters. 2002 Had his contract purchased from Norfolk (AAA) of the International League on September 2nd...Made his major league debut with 2.0 scoreless and hitless innings with two strikeouts on September 4th vs. Florida.