Brewers' Mario Feliciano: Good to go for 2019 season
Feliciano (shoulder) is slated to catch and bat third Saturday in a minor-league game for High-A Carolina.
Feliciano's time in the Arizona Fall League was cut short after he required arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder, but his availability for game action this spring suggests he has made a full recovery. The 20-year-old is considered the top catching prospect in the Brewers organization but is unlikely to arrive in the big leagues for at least a couple more years.
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