Jesús Feliciano (born June 6, 1979 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico) is a Major League Baseball outfielder who is a free agent.
|Age: 32 (born June 6,1979)
|Bats: Left Throws: Left
|Acquired: Free Agent Signing
|Contract: Minor League
On June 7 the New York Mets selected the contract of the 31-year-old outfielder, Feliciano. He has been leading the International League in hitting with a batting average of .385.
On June 10 Jesus made his major league debut for the New York Mets without getting a hit against the San Diego Padres.
On June 13 Jesus got his first major league hit in the first inning off Baltimore Orioles pitcher Kevin Millwood.
On June 30 Jesus got his first major league stolen base in the top of the first inning off Florida Marlins pitcher Chris Volstad in game 3 of the Puerto Rico Series.
On July 30 Jesus was re-called up to replace Jason Bay who was placed on the DL.
August 7, 2010.
See Frenchy Gone, Mets Not.
He became a free-agent on November 5 after refusing a minor league assignment.
In 2011 he later joined back the Mets organization and was sent to the minor leagues to play with the Buffalo Bisons. After the year he became a free agent.