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Angel Pagan (CF)

San Francisco Giants - 39% owned

Bats: B, Throws: R

Angel Pagan had another great night at the plate, going 3-4 with one RBI. Unfortunately, none of his hits were for extra bases and he was not able score any runs for himself, but he was able to steal one base.

Fantasy Impact: Pagan has really been locked in as this was his second three hit game in a row, however tonight's RBI was the only run produced by the six hits. Regardless, if he continues to hit at or anywhere near his current .378 average from the three hole, then RBIs will surely begin to come.


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Angel Pagan had another productive night at the plate for the Giants as he went 1-4 with a single and a walk, while also scoring two runs for himself. His lone hit was a double but he also struck out once.

Fantasy Impact: Pagan is now batting at a .500 clip, and while it is only two games into the season, owners should be very optimistic. Manager Bruce Bochy has Pagan batting third, so expect plenty of RBI opportunities if Nori Aoki and Joe Panik can get on base.


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Angel Pagan, outfielder for the San Francisco Giants, lit up the Arizona desert on Opening Day. The 33-year-old went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Pagan totaled 27 RBIs in his 2014 campaign, and could be poised to raise that tally this season.

Fantasy Impact: Pagan is more-than-likely available to add in your league. Think of Pagan as a short-term addition to your team if you need some hits, but don't risk letting go of a top-tier talent to grab him. Pagan should fare well as the series continues with the Diamondbacks, as De La Rosa takes the mound with a career ERA of 4.43.


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Angel Pagan received an injection for his back this past Thursday, and is expected to need at least two or three more days of rest before returning to action. (Source: MLB)

Fantasy Impact: Pagan underwent season-ending back surgery in September of 2014 but was expected to be fully healthy come Spring. Concern is high as Pagan has appeared in only seven of the team's 18 games thus far. A candidate for double digit home runs and steals who hits for average (he hit 8 home runs and stole 29 bases with a .288 batting average in 154 games in 2012), it all comes down to whether Pagan can stay on the field. Consider him a high-risk pick with some upside, but only if you can grab him late in drafts and for little cost.


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