Pedro Feliciano : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death

Pedro Feliciano was a professional baseball left-handed pitcher know all about him in this article as like hisFamily, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death

Pedro Feliciano : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death
Pedro Feliciano
  Bio
Name Pedro Feliciano
Birthdate ( Age) 25 August 1976
Place of Birth Río Piedras
Nationality Puerto Rican
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Wanda 
Children One Daughter
Parents Name not Known
Education High School in Dorado
Profession Baseball pitcher
Net Worth $6 Million 
Last Update Nonember 2021

Pedro Juan Feliciano Molina nicknamed "The Perpetual Pedro" was a former professional baseball left-handed pitcher who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the New York Mets between 2002 and 2013.

New York Mets pitcher Pedro Feliciano has reportedly died at 45 years old.ESPN analyst Eduardo Perez claimed on Monday that the former reliever passed away in his sleep on Sunday night.

Early Life and Family

Feliciano graduated from Jose S. Algeria High School in Dorado, Puerto Rico. He was the older brother of Jesús Feliciano.In 1995 he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 31st round of the amateur draft and began his professional career with the Great Falls Dodgers in the Pioneer League. His progress through the minor leagues was slow and marred by injuries.

Pedro Feliciano Wife, Was Pedro Feliciano Married

Pedro Feliciano  was married with wife Wanda and the couple have two children together a Daughter together named Josnelly and a son named  Joskar.He was just 45 years old. 

Pedro Feliciano Net Worth

Pedro Juan Feliciano Molina nicknamed was a former professional baseball left-handed pitcher has an estimated Net Worth around $6 Million at the time of his Death.

Cause of Death

Following the tragic news, fans flooded social media with condolences for the young sports star."Always admired you on the mound, you’ll always be remembered back home," one person wrote.Another said: "Pedro Feliciano passing is just heartbreaking.

The 2006 Mets don't feel that long ago, and you can't imagine that era of the Mets without Perpetual Pedro. RIP."Some fans even shared recent photos of themselves with the pitcher at the Mets stadium just one month before the tragic passing."I literally just saw pedro feliciano at citi 9/29 IM SICK," one person wrote with crying emojis, sharing a photo of the star at the game.

Professional Career

Feliciano signed with the Cincinnati Reds for the 2002 season, but was traded to the New York Mets in August along with Brady Clark for Shawn Estes. On September 4, 2002, Feliciano made his Major League debut pitching two scoreless innings of relief against the Florida Marlins.

The Mets designated Feliciano for assignment to make room on their 40-man roster following the conclusion of the 2002 season, and he was claimed on waivers by the Detroit Tigers on October 11. Two months later on December 16, the Tigers unexpectedly released Feliciano.

Feliciano began his third stint with the Mets when he was re-signed on February 28, 2006, a couple of weeks after the beginning of spring training. Feliciano started the season with the Norfolk Tides to make up for the time he'd missed in spring training, but he was recalled on April 17 and became a permanent fixture in the Mets bullpen as a left-handed specialist. In 2008 and 2009, he operated in the bullpen as the Mets' primary situational left-hander.

In 2007, he recorded his first career big-league save against the Philadelphia Phillies.In 2008, he led the majors in games pitched, with 86. In 58 of those games, the greatest number in the majors, he recorded fewer than three outs. He also led the majors in days pitched on zero days rest, with 36.On January 3, 2011, Feliciano signed a two-year deal worth approximately $8 million with the New York Yankees.

Early in the 2011 season, Feliciano began to experience soreness in his left shoulder and was placed on the disabled list. On April 25, orthopedist James Andrews recommended a six-week strengthening program for Feliciano. The Yankees front office revealed that the reason behind Feliciano's injury was that the Mets had overused him within the recent years. It was eventually revealed that Feliciano had a torn anterior capsule and rotator cuff in his left shoulder, which required surgery, and ended his 2011 season.

Feliciano began the 2012 season on the 60-day disabled list in an effort to continue recovering from his shoulder surgery from the previous year. Late in the 2012 season between August and September, Feliciano was issued to rehab at the Double-A Trenton Thunder.Still, Feliciano failed to make an appearance with the Yankees for the entire 2012 year. After the season, his contract expired, and he left the Yankees without throwing a single pitch for the team.