Pedro Feliz (born April 27, 1975 in Azua, Dominican Republic) is a Major League Baseball player who has played for the San Francisco Giants since 2000.
Primarily a third baseman in his career so far, Feliz became a semi-regular 2004. He filled in for regular Edgardo Alfonzo for 51 games at third base, played 70 games for the injured J.T. Snow at first base, appeared in 20 at shortstop and four in the outfield. With the bat, Feliz posted career highs in batting average (.276), home runs (22), RBI (84) and at-bats (503), as well as total games played (144).
Feliz has been moved around defensively throughout his career, especially during the Giants' injury-riddled 2005 season. However, as of 2006, he is the Giants' starting third baseman.
Although Feliz is a solid power hitter, his career batting average prior to the 2006 season was only ,255, and he draws few walks, having never posted an on-base percentage above .305 or an OPS above .793. He has often been criticized for his lack of patience at the plate. In 2005, he struck out a career-high 102 times.