Angel Pagan CF SF 1 Day
Pagan (calf) returned to the lineup Monday and went 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored in the loss to the Rockies.
Pagan missed Sunday's game with tightness in his calf, so his owners must be pleased with the fact he only missed one game. He may be limited on the base paths for the next couple of games, but the veteran center fielder should be fine going forward.
Angel Pagan CF SF 2 Days
Pagan (calf) is back in the lineup Monday against the Rockies.
The calf soreness that kept Pagan out of the lineup for Sunday's series finale with the Nationals was never considered serious, as the outfielder was still available off the bench for the contest. Any lingering tightness could limit Pagan's involvement in the running game the next few days, but he'll otherwise bring his typically solid on-base skills and defensive abilities back to the lineup Monday.
Angel Pagan CF SF 3 Days
Pagan (calf) is available off the bench Sunday and is expected to return to the lineup Monday, Alex Pavlovic of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Any calf tightness Pagan is dealing with has been deemed minor, so consider his absence from Sunday's lineup to be strictly precautionary. In NL-only leagues and most mixed formats, it's probably worthwhile to insert Pagan in fantasy lineups during the upcoming week.
Angel Pagan CF SF 3 Days
Pagan is out of the lineup Sunday with a sore calf, Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area reports.
Pagan was listed as day-to-day following Friday's contest because of calf tightness but didn't miss Saturday as a result. It appears the tightness or soreness has come back to the point that it will cause him to take a seat despite riding a five-game hitting streak. Gregor Blanco will play in center field and lead off for the Giants in his place.
Angel Pagan CF SF 4 Days
Pagan (calf) is in the lineup Saturday against the Nationals, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Pagan smacked two hits Friday night, marking his third multi-hit effort in his last four games, but he was lifted in the bottom of the ninth inning with calf tightness. It seems the issue was very minor, however, as Pagan is slated to man center and bat leadoff Saturday against right-hander Jordan Zimmermann. In 20 career at-bats against Zimmermann, Pagan has notched four singles while striking out six times.
Angel Pagan CF SF 5 Days
Pagan is day-to-day due to tightness in his calf, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The speedy outfielder continues to be plagued by injuries, and his status for Saturday's game is now in question after his latest ailment.
Angel Pagan CF SF 13 Days
Pagan went 1-for-4 with a run scored and a clutch two-run single in Wednesday's win over the White Sox.
Pagan continues to rake since returning from the disabled list, putting together a six-game hitting streak (8-for-27) during that span. He is definitely worth an add if he happens to be available on the waiver wire.
Angel Pagan CF SF 16 Days
Pagan went 2-for-4 Sunday adding his first stolen base since returning from the DL.
While the counting stats haven't been there, Pagan has personally hit well since returning from his month-plus absence (6-for-18). The fact that he got the green light on the base paths indicates that he is back to feeling like his old self.
Angel Pagan CF SF 19 Days
Pagan (back) went 2-for-5 in his return to the field Thursday.
Pagan returned to his usual role as the Giants' leadoff hitter after missing seven weeks with a back injury. He will hit for average and be a good source of runs and stolen bases. Pagan is definitely worth a pick up if he was dropped due to his injury.
Angel Pagan CF SF 20 Days
Pagan (back) was activated from the DL and is back in the Giants' lineup Thursday against the Brewers.
After rejoining the team in Milwaukee on Wednesday, Pagan will step back into his usual spots -- center field and atop the batting order -- to take on right-hander Wily Peralta in Thursday's series finale. Pagan missed close to eight weeks with the back injury, and the team figures to leave the training wheels on for a bit, but he should continue to lead off after posting a .307/.356/.411 batting line in his first 63 games.