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Pedro Feliciano rehabbing with B-Mets and other pitching moves

BINGHAMTON -- Former Mets reliever Pedro Feliciano is in town to continue rehabbing his arm.

The lefty has not pitched in a game for the Mets, or in the MLB for that matter, since 2010. It has been a tough go for Feliciano, who had a food poisoning setback this spring. It caused the lefty to restart his rehab.

Though he has a minor league deal right now, Feliciano is hoping he can make it back to the bigs.

"I really feel good. I'm just here to do what I like to do-- to pitch. So hopefully I'll get a good outing here in AA and see what happens," Feliciano said on Friday.

The LHP is available in the B-Mets bullpen.

A few other pitching changes for the B-Mets: Rafael Montero has been promoted to AAA Las Vegas. Mark Cohoon will re-enter the starting lineup in his place.

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