Giants outfielder Angel Pagan may have spent the past four seasons as a New York Met, but when his new team travels to face his old team this weekend, none of that history will matter.“It’s just another city,” Pagan said. “Now I’m just wearing a different uniform. I’m going to play the game just like another game and see what happens.” Read More
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.-- Angel Pagan had another hit Sunday. Melky Cabrera had two more. They got things started, and seemingly everybody else, Pablo Sandoval, Aubrey Huff, Brett Pill, wouldn’t let it stop. Only an exhibition game, but for the Giants, a telling one. Read More
Issue: Running wild?
Analysis: The Giants, buoyed by the arrival of outfielders Angel Pagan and Melky Cabrera, are placing an emphasis on aggressive baserunning this spring. Read More
Angel Pagan is the guy who is supposed to set the table — along with adding some flash and dash — to the top of the Giants’ order.
Pagan, 30, is expected to hit leadoff after signing with San Francisco in the offseason.
The outfielder, who hit .262 with seven homers and 56 RBIs, converted 32 of 39 stolen base attempts last season for the New York Mets. Read More