Pedro Feliz Fills Astros’ Third Base Void

Posted: 10th December 2009 by Adam Bernacchio in MLB
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It's been a puzzling offseason so far for Houston AstrosÆ GM Ed Wade. He makes a good move in trading for Matt Lindstrom, then he makes a horrific move in signing Brandon Lyon to a three-year deal, and now he makes a good value move. ItÆs like for every two steps forward, he takes one step back. Today, Wade inked former Philadelphia Philly third baseman Pedro Feliz to a one-year, $4.5 million contractùa good value signing by the Astros. Feliz, who was made available after the Phillies declined his 2010 option, hit .266/.308/.386 12 home runs in 158 games last year. Outside of the pitcher, he was widely regarded as the easiest out in the PhilliesÆ lineup. Feliz is now an Astro While Feliz is an average batter at best, he is not an average fielder. Feliz is a very good defensive pla ...

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