Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
5 days ago

Pagan is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Dodgers.

EDGE Analysis

Pagan hasn't had a day off since Sept. 4, and given his .172 batting average since that day, manager Bruce Bochy decided it was a good time to give him another night off. Mac Williamson will take over in left field for the evening.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
2 weeks ago

Pagan went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Friday's win over the Diamondbacks.

EDGE Analysis

Pagan came into Friday's game hitless in 13-consecutive at bats. Friday's homer could be a sign he is snapping out of his little funk at the plate. The home run marks his 10th of the season and he has 22 games to try and break his career-high of 11. As a whole, Pagan has been a great value when healthy as a fourth or fifth outfielder in most formats considering his cheap (in some cases, free) cost to own.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
3 weeks ago

Pagan is out of the lineup Sunday against the Cubs, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pagan will get his first day off since Aug. 21, giving way to Jarret Parker in left field. With a three-game set in the high-altitude Coors Field on tap, manager Bruce Bochy will elect to give a few of his regulars a breather Sunday afternoon.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
4 weeks ago

Pagan went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI in Tuesday's loss to Arizona. Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area reported after the game that Pagan is dealing with hamstring tightness.

EDGE Analysis

Manager Bruce Bochy said that Pagan was dealing with hamstring tightness Tuesday night, but it wasn't serious enough to take him out of the game. The news is a bit concerning considering the veteran outfielder's injury history, especially when you take in to account that he already missed time with a hamstring injury this season. The hamstring tightness could affect his running, which is a part of his fantasy game. Pagan has been a valuable asset when healthy, so owners have to continue playing him until the injury forces him out of the lineup.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Pagan went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Friday's 7-0 win over the Braves.

EDGE Analysis

Pagan saw his 19-game hitting streak come to an end Wednesday, but it doesn't seem like he is ready to cool off quite yet. His two-run home run off of Joel De La Cruz was a no-doubter that went over Levi's Landing in right field. It bears repeating that Pagan has been one of the hottest hitters in baseball this month, collecting 29 hits in 85 August at-bats. More importantly, he is also hitting the ball with authority, posting a .929 OPS in August to go along with the usual high batting average. Owners who picked him when his bat started to show signs of life back in July should continue enjoy the ride. For those who still see Pagan's name on the waiver wire: what are you waiting for?

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Pagan (groin) returned to the lineup Tuesday and went 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in the 9-5 loss to the Dodgers.

EDGE Analysis

While Pagan's groin injury wasn't considered serious, it was still concerning given his shaky injury history. It turned out to be a non-issue as he returned to the lineup, extending his 19-game hitting streak in the process. The fragile Pagan could go down again any minute, but as he proved prior to missing Sunday's game, when he is on the field he can be a valuable fantasy asset at the end of your outfield corps.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Pagan (groin) will man left field and bat second Tuesday against the Dodgers.

EDGE Analysis

As expected, Pagan will return to his normal spots after missing just one game with a groin strain. Pagan has hit safely in 18 straight games dating back to July 31 and is now just under the .300 mark for the season. He should continue to help drive the offense while batting in the two-hole behind Denard Span.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Pagan (groin) will be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Dodgers, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's not yet clear what position Pagan will line up at or where he will hit in the Giants' batting order, but he will be back in action after sitting out Sunday's game with a sore groin. Pagan has seen the ball well in August, posting a .368/.456/.529 slash line through 17 games.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Pagan (groin) isn't in the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Mets.

EDGE Analysis

Pagan's groin injury arose during Saturday's contest, but manager Bruce Bochy suggested that he shouldn't miss extended time. The veteran outfielder will sit out Sunday as expected, but it's possible Pagan will return to action as soon as Tuesday when the Giants head to Los Angeles.

Angel Pagan
LF/CF SF
1 month ago

Manager Bruce Bochy said he thinks Pagan (groin) will be able to play Tuesday against the Dodgers, Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area reports.

EDGE Analysis

The skipper ruled Pagan out for Sunday's series finale against the Mets after the outfielder suffered a groin strain Saturday, but Bochy expects Pagan to be fine following Monday's off day. Pagan singled prior to exiting Saturday, extending his hitting streak to 18 games.