LF,CF - FA
Angel Pagan told reporters that he won't play baseball in 2017. He spent the 2016 season with the Giants and is currently a free agent.
Pagan remained in rumors through the spring, and he played well for Team Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic. This, along with his steady track record ultimately didn't culminate in a deal being reached.
After missing a few games with a groin injury, Angel Pagan was back in the Giants' lineup Tuesday. He finished 2-for-5 with an RBI and run scored.
It was good to see Pagan back in action. He's been productive for the Giants and fantasy owners, posting an OPS near .800. Most of his value stems from his high average and OBP, but he has also provided eight HRs and 13 SBs this season.
Angel Pagan was hitless in five at-bats, but did collect one RBI in the Giants 5-3 victory over the Nats
Angel Pagan has had a turnaround season thus far batting .284 with six home runs and 34 RBI.
Angel Pagan went 2-for-4 in the Giants loss to the Reds in the rubber match. He had one strikeout.
Pagan has become an everyday starter and is batting at the top of the lineup. He is hitting .290 with six home runs and 34 RBI. Pagan is good for depth or utility option for your fantasy team.
Angel Pagan hit his fourth HR of the season, a two-run shot, in Monday's win over the Rockies.
Pagan finished 2-for-4, also hitting a double. He continues to be productive for the Giants and fantasy owners alike. He's not especially great in any one category, limiting his overall value, but he provides a little bit of everything while posting a respectable .759 OPS, including a .289 batting average.