Angel Pagan: Healthy and Leading Off the Offensive Charge

The San Francisco Giants have been off to a blazing hot start this season, already putting 47 runs on the board over eight games.  Their offense ranks at the top of the league in runs, home runs, and runs batted in, and they rank up there in plenty other categories as well. Brandon Belt has done plenty to make headlines this season, but also at the helm of San Francisco’s offensive...
Via BaySportsNet
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Angel Pagan Looks Like His Old Self

One of the unsung heroes of the 2012 San Francisco Giants team was Angel Pagan, who had come to San Francisco in trade in December, 2011. In fact, Pagan was so unsung that towards the end of the 2012 regular season, our very own Dave Cameron touted him for the tag of “most underrated player […]
Via Fangraphs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants' Angel Pagan dealing with back stiffness

The San Francisco Giants lost to the Cleveland Indians yesterday in Cactus League play by the score of 5-1 to drop their record to 11-7 this spring.  There was a bit of concerning news following the game on Angel Pagan, who stared in center field and was 0-for-3.  Pagan reported lower-back stiffness and there is no word yet if he'll miss any action.Eltiempo10 via Wikimedia...
Via Sports Injury Alert
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Under The Greydar: Angel Pagan

For a seemingly decent leadoff hitter, Angel Pagan gets very little press. has him ranked 246th overall, ESPN has him as the 156th best hitter.  Both rankings have him placed near players like David Freese, Chris Carter, Adam LaRoche, and Alcides Escobar. Outside of his injuries, Pagan has been exactly what a leadoff hitter should be: getting on base often and...
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March 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Angel Pagan injury: Brusitis in hamstring, says MRI

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...

Pagan hits walkoff inside the park home run

On Saturday, Angel Pagan of the Giants hit perhaps the greatest walkoff of the season. With San Francisco trailing 5-4 in the bottom of the tenth following a Troy Tulowitzki homer in the top of the inning, Brandon Crawford led off with a walk against Rockies closer Rafael Betancourt. Quillermo Quiroz bunted Crawford over to second to bring up Pagan, who hit a deep fly ball off the...
Via The Outside Corner
May 25, 2013  |  3 Comments

SF Giants Rumors: Angel Pagan Is Coming Back To SF, Contract Details

Jon Heyman of says (via Twitter) the San Francisco Giants and outfielder Angel Pagan have reached an agreement.   It’s reported by Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports (via Twitter) as a 4-year, $40 million deal. The deal is currently pending a physical before it can become official. Amy Gutierrez of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area (via Twitter) breaks down Pagan’s contract details...

Angel Pagan cashes in on free Taco Bell

The fine folks at Taco Bell pledged to serve up a free taco nationwide if any player successfully stole a base during the World Series. Luckily for America, San Francisco Giants outfielder Angel Pagan answered the call when he swiped one during the eighth inning of Game Two. Pagan made sure to claim his when he attended a Bay City area Taco Bell restaurant on Tuesday. What better...
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October 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Angel Pagan's diving catch, double play turn

Angel Pagan – Play of the year nominee?(Photo courtesy of ESPN) As the San Francisco Giants hosted the San Diego Padres Tuesday night, Angel Pagan made a tremendous diving catch, which turned into a phenomenal double play. In the top of the eighth inning of a 2-2 ballgame, San Diego’s Carlos Quinten came to the plate with Chase Headley on first base and one out. Quinten sent...
Via Reading Between The Seams
July 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Angel Pagan and the Importance of Patience

I didn’t catch today’s game, but I did see this. That three-run homer, which won today’s game for the Giants, was one of two hits on the day for Angel Pagan, who extended his hitting streak to a career-high 11 games. Over that span, he’s collected a total of 16 hits — seven of them going for extra bases — and he’s managed to raise his OPS nearly 400 points. More interestingly...
Via SF Giants Nirvana
April 26, 2012  |  Discuss

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