Pagan was batting .262 in 46 games and had not played since his walk-off inside-the-park home run on May 25 against the Colorado Rockies. The Giants switch-hitter smacked 49 hits, 10 doubles, one triple, three home runs, 24 RBI's, 15 walks, stole six bases and scored 30 runs. He produced a .314 on-base percentage and .374 slugging percentage equaling a .688 OPS.
The 31-year-old has recorded 15 multi-hit games and two three-hit games this season. He is batting .381 with runners in scoring position with 16 hits in 42 at-bats, while batting .300 with two outs with 12 hits in 40 at-bats.
Defensively, Pagan has committed four errors in 45 games started and is producing a .961 fielding percentage.
The Giants are 8-5 when Pagan leads off a game with a hit. Since Pagan's DL stint was retroactive to May 28 and because a disabled-list assignment cannot be backdated more than 10 days, he will be eligible to return Thursday when the Giants face the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The 26-year-old Perez was batting .296 in Fresno in 57 games, while drilling 66 hits, 14 doubles, three triples, nine home runs, 34 RBI's, 10 walks, 12 stolen bases, 44 strikeouts and scored 35 runs. The Dominican native managed a .331 on-base percentage and .507 slugging percentage reaching a .837 OPS.Tags: Angel Pagan, Baseball, MLB, San Francisco, San Francisco Giants