The New York Mets have brought Pedro Feliciano back. Feliciano last pitched in the Majors - for the Mets - in 2010. He has spent his entire Major League career with the Mets, but Feliciano has missed the last two seasons with injuries. Now, the Mets have singed him to a minor league contract.
According to the team, the deal includes an invite to Major League camp this spring.
The #Mets have signed LHP Pedro Feliciano to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league Spring Training.
— New York Mets (@Mets) January 21, 2013
Feliciano has pitched in eight Major League seasons. In that time, he has been used exclusively out of the bullpen. Feliciano has a 3.31 career ERA. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers, but he made his Major League debut with the Mets. Now, Feliciano is hoping he can get back to the Majors with the Mets.
Feliciano made ten minor league appearances last season. He made just one minor league appearance in 2011. Shoulder injuries have kept him from playing consistently enough to get back to the Majors. He and the Mets hope that changes this season.
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