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Feliciano with the New York Mets
June 6, 1979 |
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
|June 10, 2010, for the New York Mets|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 3, 2010, for the New York Mets|
|Runs batted in||3|
|Representing Puerto Rico|
|World Baseball Classic|
|2013 San Francisco||Team|
Los Angeles Dodgers
Feliciano was originally picked in the 36th round of the 1997 Major League Baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers as a draft-and-follow player. He signed in May 1998 and debuted as a professional with the short-season Yakima Bears that summer. He batted .305 with 26 RBI, and stole 34 bases in 44 attempts in 77 games, finishing four steals behind Northwest League leader Juan Pierre. Feliciano led the Northwest League in at-bats with 302, outfield putouts with 191, and outfield double plays.
In 1999, Feliciano played for the Advanced-A Vero Beach Dodgers and he stole 20 bases in 30 tries. He played for the Class-A Advanced San Bernardino Stampede in 2000 and batted .289, stealing 31 bases while being caught 11 times. He fielded .996, leading California League outfielders.
Feliciano spent 2001 back at Vero Beach and hit .262, stealing 22 bases in 32 attempts. Feliciano again led his league's outfielders in fielding percentage, this time handling 284 chances without an error.
He began 2003 even worse than he had done in the summer of '02, hitting .138 and 4 RBI in 37 games. He was released by Dodgers on May 29.
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
He later was signed by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays where he played in 72 games for the Double-A Orlando Rays. He also played for Montgomery Biscuits and in 68 games for the High Class-A Bakersfield Blaze.
New York Mets
On June 7, 2010 the New York Mets selected the contract of the 31-year-old outfielder. He went to Puerto Rico to play against the Florida Marlins in a three-game series. He had been leading the International League in hitting with a batting average of .385. On July 12, he was demoted for the return of the injured Carlos Beltrán. On August 22, 2010 he was called up from Triple-A Buffalo to take the place of Rod Barajas.
On November 5, 2010, Feliciano was sent down to the minors to Triple-A Buffalo, then became a free agent after refusing the minor league assignment.
Tampa Bay Rays
Puerto Rico Winter League
World Baseball Classic
Has Retired & has replace Bill Buckner as Hitting coach for Boise Hawks the Chicago Cubs single A team.. 
- 1998 Northwest League batting leaders
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