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MLB Injury News:
The San Francisco Giants held center fielder Angel Pagan out
of yesterday’s lineup with a hamstring injury, according to Willie Bans of
Pagan suffered the injury during Saturday’s contest against
the Colorado Rockies, a game he ended with his walk-off inside-the-park home
run. Amazingly, Pagan suffered the injury before his walk-off.
"If you noticed, between second and third, I
stumbled," Pagan said. "But when you play with heart, you don't think
about the pain. If you blow out your leg, you blow out your leg."
Pagan continues to experience some discomfort, but he said
yesterday that he could have played if necessary. San Francisco likely held him
out of the lineup as a precaution, but it will be something to keep an eye on
considering how much of Pagan’s game depends on his speed.
Over 204 plate appearances this season, Pagan has hit
.262/.314/.374 with 10 doubles, one triple and three home runs.
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Giants center fielder Angel Pagan’s MRI showed brusitis on his injured hamstring, reports Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area.
MRI on Pagan showed bursitis, Bochy said. He’ll do light activities. Might be available to pinch hit.
— Andrew Baggarly (@CSNBaggs) May 29, 2013
Pagan has been out since his miraculous home run on Saturday, with Gregor Blanco starting in center and Andres...
A walkoff home run is not unusual in major league baseball. A walkoff inside-the-park home run, however, is extremely rare.
However, San Francisco Giants center fielder Angel Pagan was able to pull off Saturday night. With one on and one out in the bottom of the tenth, down 5-4 at home to the Colorado Rockies, Pagan hit a fly ball to deep right center at AT&T Park that he...
After one of the most stunning walk-off home runs in recent memory, Giants center fielder Angel Pagan is out of the lineup today with a knee injury. San Jose Mercury beat writer Alex Pavlovic noted that Pagan entered the clubhouse with a slight limp and was applying ice to his knee. This comes one day after Pagan’s inside-the-park home run completed a 10-inning defeat of the Colorado...
In the tenth inning of Saturday’s game against the Rockies, San Francisco Giants’ center fielder Angel Pagan had the first walk-off inside-the-park home run since 2004.
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Well this definitely not something you see everyday.
In the bottom of the 1oth inning of Saturday’s game between the San Francisco Giants and the Colorado Rockies, with the defending champions trailing by a run and a man on second base, center fielder Angel Pagan, clobbered a 0-1 pitch to the deepest part of AT&T Park, to draw his team level and then decided to end the game...
Angel Pagan slides into a jumping gang of San Francisco Giants.
The San Francisco Giants came back against the Colorado Rockies by scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the 10th against Rafael Betancourt. Scoring 2 runs for a come back win isn’t that rare. Hitting a 2 run home run to walk off is a but rarer. But hitting a 2 run inside the parl home run to walk off. You don’t...
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Straight hustlin’. Needless to say, that’s Pagan’s first career inside-the-park walk-off. He has three career inside-the-parkers and two career walk-off home runs.
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After the most incredible play in recent memory, Angel Pagan will miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury. The center fielder was shaken up after hitting a walk-off two-run inside-the-park home run in Saturday’s game against Colorado. I don’t think the “-” button on my laptop will ever be the same.
Pagan is having a solid season, starting 45 of the Giants 50...
The inside the park HR is one of the most exciting plays in baseball, especially when it’s a walk off 2 run homer and your team is down 1 run. Amazing play congrats Angel Pagan!
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A brief look at the Home Run of the Day while we wait for the rest of the trots to come...
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Home Run of the Day: Angel Pagan, San Francisco Giants - 14.73 seconds [video]
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Boy, that inside-the-park walk-off by Angel Pagan on Saturday sure was fun, wasn’t it? Well, maybe some us maybe had a little too much fun with it.
Like, say, Tim Lincecum, who reportedly tweaked his ankle jumping up and down in the mob of players that swarmed Pagan after he crossed home plate.
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The Giants snapped their four-game losing streak to the Colorado Rockies in dramatic fashion Saturday afternoon, as center fielder Angel Pagan hit a game-winning, inside-the-park home run in the tenth inning to give the team a 6-5 victory. It was the Giants’ fourteenth come-from-behind win of the season and it pushed the Giants’ record to 27-22.
With the Giants down 5-4 in the...