May
23

Feliciano will begin throwing program June 1st

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Via Brian Costello, forgotten lefty specialist Pedro Feliciano will begin a throwing program on June 1st as he attempts to rehab his torn shoulder capsule. “It’s been tough,” said Feliciano. “I like to be out there every day. I like when the phone rings to hear my name. Now, I have to just wait. It’s hard.” No word on how long said program will last, but I assure you this is not a two week thing. Whatever the Yankees’ get out of Pedro this year is gravy, you have to expect nothing with an injury like this.

Rafael Soriano, meanwhile, will throw off a mound at some point before the end of this homestand. He’s been playing catch regularly, but he’s going to need some bullpen sessions and a minor league rehab appearance or two before rejoining the team.

Categories : Asides, Injuries

3 Comments»

  1. Chris13 says:

    Isn’t being out there every day why you are DL’d in the first place Pedro?

  2. CMP says:

    Give him some credit for trying to get back out on the mound instead of opting for surgery right away while collecting his $8 million over the next 2 years.

  3. M-Three says:

    When Soriano returns and if Felicano returns, which 2 out of the group of Noesi, Pendleton and Ayala should be sent out? If its me I keep Noesi up here. He looks like a perfect swing man for the pen. All bullpens need a long guy. Pendleton has pitched well when given a chance but Girardi really seems to have no faith in him. Also, I think it is a matter of time before Luis Ayala implodes and goes back to being Luis Ayala.

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