Posted by GameSetMatch on 30th September 2009
In a season where so much has gone consistently wrong for the Mets, reliever Pedro Feliciano is one of the few things that has gone consistently right.
Feliciano exited Tuesday’s game leading the Majors in appearances with 86 after striking out Adam Dunn — the only batter he faced — in the eighth. He had been tied with Peter Moylan of the Braves in that category and now is tied for the team record with four games to go.
In fact, Feliciano is very familiar with that record — because he set it last year. But Feliciano has been solid again this season. The left-hander has a 6-4 record with a 3.09 ERA heading into Tuesday’s game.
“My arm feels good,” Feliciano said. “The more I pitch, the looser my arm gets. I think the more I pitch, the better I feel.”
Click here to read the full article – By Jeff Seidel of MLB.com