Mar 8, 2011, 2:20 PM EDT
That doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve given up on making him a starter, as Feliz is scheduled to go well beyond a closer’s workload by throwing three innings in relief and plenty of starters get bullpen work early in spring training.
However, as T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com writes: “It’s pretty clear they see him being their closer again this season.”
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