Yankees reliever Pedro Feliciano has been a total bust so far and it is looking like that will not change anytime soon. His rehab was shutdown on Wednesday after he suffered pain in his shoulder, according to Marc Carig of the Star Ledger.
Feliciano is on the disabled list since tearing a capsule in his shoulder. There has not been much chance that he would come back this season, looking even more likely now, but he was attempting rehab as his last chance at pitching this season. I suppose there is a chance that his season isn’t over, but this makes it extremely unlikely.
Feliciano is in the first year of a two-year $8 million contract that also has a team option for 2013. Brian Cashman criticized the way the Mets used him in the past and said that circumstances forced him to sign the lefty reliever.
Rafael Soriano‘s rehab is progressing well. He threw a bullpen Wednesday and is scheduled to throw another one Thursday as well. As of right now it seems that he will be ready to go shortly after the All-Star break.
Damaso Marte is throwing as well, but it’s going to be quite a while before he comes back still, if at all.