Angel Pagan Headed Back To San Francisco With New Deal

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Giants wanted Pagan back all along

Ken Rosenthal of Fox sports is reporting that the San Francisco Giants and Angel Pagan are close to an agreement that would bring the free-agent outfielder back to the Bay Area.

The agreement is for four years and $40 million.

Pagan hit .288/.338/.440 for the Giants in 2012, and the team maintained strong interest in re-signing him.  The Philadelphia Phillies were said to be interested as well.

With Pagan off the market interest in Michael Bourn should intensify, and remember Cody Ross is still available.

 

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  2. […] Francisco re-signed Angel Pagan earlier this week to a four-year $40 million deal and re-signed lefthanded reliever […]

  3. […] Pagan was signed to a four-year, $40 million deal to roam centerfield at AT&T Park and “Blockbuster” Marco Scutaro was re-signed for three […]

  4. […] PED user Melky Cabrera leave via free agency and will have an outfield composed of Gregor Blanco, Angel Pagan and Hunter Pence with Andres Torres providing depth at all three […]

 
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