|Age: 36 (born August 25,1976)|
|Position: Relief Pitcher|
|Bats: Left Throws: Left|
|Number: 25, 55|
In ’02, Feliciano made his major league debut with two scoreless innings that closed out an 11-3 Mets win over the Marlins on September 4 at Shea Stadium. He pitched in five more games over the rest of the season.
In 2003, Pedro had 48 and one-third innings of relief. He pitched three innings of two-hit ball in the Mets’ 8-7 loss to the Brewers at Shea on June 5. Feliciano struck out five batters in three and one-third innings in a 9-7 Mets defeat to the Rangers at Texas on June 10. He hurled three scoreless innings in a 7-5 Mets victory over the Reds on July 6 at Cincinnati. Pedro had four and one-third scoreless innings pitched in a 7-2 Mets loss to the Phillies at Shea on July 10. He also had three scoreless innings pitched in the Mets’ season-closing 4-0 defeat to the Marlins on September 28 at Florida.
Feliciano had fourteen strikeouts in 22 games in 2004. He pitched eighteen and one-third innings and recorded his first major league win during the season. On August 4, Pedro was the winning pitcher as the Mets defeated the Brewers, 6-5, at Milwaukee. He had three scoreless innings pitched in a 10-2 Mets loss to the Dodgers on August 29 at Shea. Feliciano also struck out the only batter he faced in the Mets’ 4-2 win over the Expos in the team’s final game ever in Montreal on September 23.
After pitching in Japan in 2005, Pedro rejoined the Mets in 2006. He had a 7-2 won-lost record in 64 games in the Mets’ division-winning season. At Shea on May 24, Feliciano was the winning pitcher in the Mets’ 5-4 triumph over the Phillies. He recorded three outs in two batters faced and got the win in a 7-6 Mets victory over the Marlins at Shea on July 9. Pedro struck out two hitters in a scoreless inning and chalked up the win in the Mets’ 13-7 triumph over the Cubs on July 16 at Chicago. He hurled a scoreless ninth inning and recorded the win in a 4-2 Mets victory over the Reds in 10 innings at Cincinnati on July 20. Feliciano pitched one and two-thirds scoreless innings for the win in the Mets’ 6-4 victory over the Nationals on August 12 at Washington. He got the win in an 11-5 Mets romp of the Phillies at Shea on August 26. Pedro hurled a scoreless seventh inning and was the winning pitcher in a 4-3 Mets triumph over the Nationals on September 29 at Washington. He also got credit for the win in the Mets’ clinching 9-5 victory over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Division Series at Los Angeles on October 7.
In 2007, Feliciano made a total of 78 relief appearances. He had two wins and two saves during the year. In the home opener on April 9, Pedro pitched a perfect eighth inning for the win in the Mets’ 11-5 triumph over the Phillies. At Philadelphia on June 30, he hurled two scoreless innings for his first major league save in an 8-3 Mets win over the Phils. Feliciano pitched a perfect ninth inning and got the win in the Mets’ 5-4 victory over the Dodgers in 10 innings at Los Angeles on July 22. He also struck out five batters in two perfect innings for a save in a 5-1 Mets win over the Braves on September 1 at Atlanta.
Feliciano set a new Mets record with 86 pitching appearances in 2008. He recorded three wins and a pair of saves during the year. On July 5, Pedro was the winning pitcher in the Mets’ 9-4 triumph over the Phillies at Philadelphia. He chalked up the win in a 2-1 Mets victory over the Rockies at Shea on July 11. At Washington on August 12, Feliciano struck out two batters in a perfect ninth inning for a save in the Mets’ 4-3 win over the Nationals. He retired the only two hitters he faced for a save in the Mets’ 7-4 win over the Pirates at Pittsburgh on August 16. Pedro also got the win in a 9-5 Mets victory over the Braves on September 19 at Atlanta.
In 2009, Feliciano broke his own team record from the previous year with 88 games pitched. He had six wins and struck out 59 batters for the season. At Boston on May 23, Pedro pitched a perfect eighth inning for the win in the Mets’ 3-2 triumph over the Red Sox. He was the winning pitcher in a 2-1 Mets victory over the Marlins in 11 innings at Citi Field on May 29. Feliciano fanned two hitters in a scoreless eighth inning and chalked up the win in the Mets’ 7-3 triumph over the Rockies on July 27 at Citi Field. He set down all five batters he faced for the win in an 8-6 Mets victory over the Diamondbacks at Citi Field on August 1. Pedro recorded the win in the Mets’ 6-4 triumph over the Diamondbacks at Arizona on August 12. At Philadelphia on September 12, he was the winning pitcher in a 10-9 Mets victory over the Phillies.
Pedro eclipsed his own team mark with 92 games in 2010. He had three wins and a 3.30 earned run average during the year. At Cincinnati on May 4, Feliciano got the win in the Mets’ 5-4 triumph over the Reds. He struck out the only batter he faced for the win in a 7-6 Mets victory over the Marlins at Citi Field on June 6. Pedro chalked up the win as the Mets defeated the Astros, 3-1, at Houston on August 16. He also had two strikeouts and a putout in a perfect eighth inning in the Mets’ 6-2 win over the Pirates on September 16 at Citi Field.
In 2011 and 2012, Feliciano appeared in 10 games in the Yankees’ minor league system while recovering from injuries. He rejoined the Mets’ organization in 2013, beginning the season at A-level St. Lucie. Pedro made his first major league appearance of the '13 season in the Mets' 4-2 win over the Royals in 11 innings at Citi Field on August 2. At Arizona on August 10, he recorded a strikeout with the bases loaded to end the eighth inning in an eventual 4-1 Mets victory over the Diamondbacks.