Aug
24

Feliciano allows a run in latest minor league rehab outing

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In his fifth minor league rehab outing overall and first with High-A Tampa, left-hander Pedro Feliciano allowed a run on four hits in one inning of work this afternoon. All four hits were singles and three of the four came off the bat of right-handed hitters. Not terribly surprising.

Feliciano, who turns 36 tomorrow, made his first four rehab appearances on three days’ rest with the Rookie Level GCL Yankees. This appearance came with one day of rest and with the promotion up to the tougher league. He was originally scheduled to pitch for High-A Tampa this past Tuesday, but the game was rained out and he instead pitched for the GCL club on Wednesday. Feliciano remains on target to join the big league bullpen in September, but he still has a number of hurdles to clear.

Categories : Asides, Injuries

2 Comments»

  1. jjyank says:

    Come on Feliciano, I have a back log of cookies I need to give out.

  2. Edmond says:

    I hope Feliciano makes it back, it was a bad story if his career ended! The Mets just abused him to no end

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