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Ángel Anthony Pagán (born July 2, 1981 in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico) is a Major League Baseball Puerto Rican professional baseball player outfielder for the San Francisco Giants. He is Nicknamed Crazy Horse in 2010 for his aggressiveness playing on the field. He is the second Mets player to be named Crazy Horse after Tim Foli in the 1970's when he came up to the Mets organization.


Angle was traded from the Chicago Cubs for 2 minor league players on January 5. Pagan had shoulder pain during the season and was sent down to the minors for rehab. He still had pain while during an at-bat. On July 29 he had surgery which ended his season.


On August 1 he hit a grand slam.

The season ended when Pagan did not have a homerun to complete his cycle over the Houston Astros on October 4.


On May 19 R.A. Dickey started for the Mets as he hit a inside the park homerun and made a triple play. For more on Pagan against the Washington Nationals check Dickey's Mets Day View.

For the article only on Angel Pagan on the 19th of May check The Pagan Heroics.


Age: 30 (born July 2,1981)
Position: Center Field
Bats: Switch Throws: Right
Number: 16
Acquired: Trade
Contract: 1 year $3.5 million

On April 21 he was placed on the DL due to a rib injury where he was smacked by mistake trying to catch a fly ball by Justin Turner in the 6th inning against the Houston Astros at home.

On May 27 Pagan was no longer on the DL as they sent down Fernando Martinez and DFA'd Pat Misch also they brought up Dale Thayer to the club.

On July 20 Pagan hit his first walk off homerun which was the first walk off homerun for the Mets of the season against the St. Louis Cardinals at Citi Field. For the whole story see Pagan's Lumber provides Mets Thunder in Extra's.

On December 7 Pagan was traded to the San Francisco Giants for Andres Torres and Ramon Ramirez.


On April 20 he returned back to New York and he hit a homerun in his return. For more see Rally off Giants fails.