Through all the twists and turns the New York Mets have taken over the past four years, one factor has always remained constant. That particular factor is relief pitcher, Pedro Feliciano . Feliciano, who has been a mainstay in the Mets bullpen since his second tour of duty with the team began in 2006, has proven to be one of the most reliable relievers in the National League over the past couple of years. The 2009 season was no exception. Feliciano appeared in 88 games, which broke his already impressive career high of 86, that was set in 2008. Despite the fact that he also pitched six more innings than the previous season, Feliciano managed to lower his ERA by more than one full run to 3.03. The question here is not whether or not Pedro should be back in 2010, but rather whether or not he ...
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