The Mets lost traction in the seasons following, with a move in stadiums and a rebuild on the horizon after the Wilpon’s were revealed to have lost millions in their involvement with Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. But Feliciano continued to be a mainstay for the organization. In 2008, 2009 and 2010, he put up career-highs in games played: 86, 88 and 92, respectively, while maintaining a 4.05, 3.03 and 3.30 ERA. To date, Feliciano holds the record for second-most games pitched in club history (484), behind John Franco (695). He finished his MLB career a 3.33 ERA pitcher having pitched 383.2 innings and amassed 350 strikeouts over nine seasons in blue-and-orange.

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