Sep
02

Feliciano throws scoreless inning in latest minor league rehab outing

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In his latest minor league rehab outing with Short Season Staten Island, left-hander Pedro Feliciano allowed two singles in an otherwise perfect inning. He struck out one, got a fly ball to center, and a ground out to third. The singles were hit by right-handed batters. The 36-year-old Feliciano has now made nine minor league rehab appearances and could theoretically join the Yankees any day now. His 30-day rehab window expires one week from today, so we’ll know the deal soon enough.

Categories : Asides, Injuries
  • EDDARD

    Is he an improvement over Joba and Lowe? Then bring him up.

    • 28 this year

      A potato cannon is an improvement over Joba and Lowe right now.

  • I am not the droids you’re looking for…

    Bring him up now. If we ruin his arm so be it. We’ll just blame the Mets anyway.

  • Hoss

    We can attempt to set a record for most useless pitching changes in an inning. Girardibcan beat his own record from today. Now, mind you, had there been 1 out rather than 0 out in the 6th, this all would have been different. Just listen to his (bullshit) postgame interview. It is time for us to have a real manager. Girardi is a really good bench coach.

  • Dean Winters

    I forgot who it was but earlier in the week a reporter mentioned he was throwing about 8 miles slower than he was when he was a Met. Is that true?

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      They said he was 83-84 instead of the 87 he averaged with the Mets in 2010. If they’re waiting for the 3-4 mph to come back, they might end up waiting forever.

  • the other Steve S.

    ” allowed two singles in an otherwise perfect inning.” What the hell does this mean? Did Phil throw a perfect game yesterday, except for all the hits and walks?