According to Jon Morosi of FoxSports.com, the Chicago Cubs are close to signing left-handed pitcher Pedro Feliciano to a minor-league deal with an invitation to spring training. Feliciano will make an MLB base salary of $700,000 plus incentives. Feliciano, 38, did not pitch in the Majors last year. He spent the year in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. Feliciano did not fare...
We recently talked about storylines for the 2015 Chicago Cubs, and added a bit on the southpaw faction of the bullpen. We only really focused on the 40-man roster though, and as you know, spring training has its fair share of non-roster invitees. Another arm MT @jonmorosi: #Cubs close to signing reliever Pedro Feliciano to MiLB deal with big-league invite. MLB base salary of...
There can never be too much depth within a baseball organization. While James Ramsey or Mike O’Neill may disagree, having too much of one thing is a good problem to have. That being said, when it was known the Cardinals had interest in veteran reliever Pedro Feliciano, many were scratching their heads. The team had two, quality left-handed relievers in it’s pen in Kevin Siegrist...
Every team in MLB would like more bullpen depth. No team can ever be satisfied with their bullpen. One possible option for teams is left-hander Pedro Feliciano and he is drawing interest from a team in the NL Central.The St. Louis Cardinals are showing interest in the 37-year-old Feliciano, according to KSDK.com. If a deal were to be reached, it would likely be a minor-league deal...
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