, In May 2019, Pagán was rescued out at sea near Cibuco Beach in Vega Alta, Puerto Rico, when the boat he was in capsized. Thanks for visiting, Angelo Pagan (773) 490-8546 . Pagán was traded back to the Mets prior to the 2008 season. While at it, the actor landed a major role in 2001, crime thriller movie; Swordfish and subsequently played as Agent Drake in 24. His deal included incentives of an additional $50,000 for 550, 600 and 650 plate appearances. Pagán was the first person in Major League history to hit his first two career home runs on his birthday. It was reported that Pagán, who was driving with a suspended license, was originally stopped for speeding, but after a license check, troopers learned Pagán has several warrants out for his arrest for failure to pay traffic fines. 'I think that goes without saying - it's pretty much out there': Jennifer... Has YOUR career been put in limbo? Create an account.  Pagán had not played left field since 2010, but accepted the transition, leading the team in batting average at .315 in April. On December 7, 2011, he was traded to the San Francisco Giants for Andrés Torres and Ramón Ramírez. , On April 19, 2017, while a free agent, Pagan announced that he would not be playing for the 2017 season, stating that he had dissatisfaction with contract offers and wanted to spend some time with his family. On 16-5-1968 Angelo Pagan was born in Puerto Rico. Angelo Pagan is known as an American actor and musician. , In 2015, Pagán hit .262/.303/.332 with 27 extra-base hits in 133 games, notching a career-low .635 OPS. Is Nas Really A Nigerian And Is He Related To Lil Nas? Airing June 9 on @vh1. , "Healthy Angel Pagan has grown into a vital cog for Mets", "Delgado's big hit puts Mets alone in first place", "San Francisco Giants reportedly reach 1-year deal with Angel Pagan", "Giants retain sparkplug Pagan with four-year deal", "Pagan and Scutaro finalize deals with Giants", "Angel Pagan hits walk-off, inside-the-park HR in 10th to lift Giants", "Angel Pagan injury: Giants OF out 12 weeks after hamstring surgery", "Angel Pagan injury: Giants CF to have back surgery, out for season", "Giants get their 2014 World Series Rings", "Bruce Bochy is keeping the faith in Giants' Angel Pagan", "Cranky knee puts Pagan on disabled list", "UPDATED: Giants aim to fix rotation this winter; Angel Pagan to have knee surgery; Bochy's coaches will return, etc", "Updated State of Angel: Pagan reacts to losing his preferred place as the Giants' center fielder, leadoff hitter", "Major League Leaderboards » 2016 » Batters » Pitch Type Statistics | FanGraphs Baseball", "Ex-Giants star Angel Pagan sitting out entire '17 MLB season, but not officially retiring", "World Baseball Classic: Previous champs, results, medal count, MVPs, All-WBC teams", "Young stars join Beltran, Yadi for Puerto Rico", "Al pelotero Ángel Pagán le apasiona su familia", "In midst of career year, daughter's illness provides added focus for New York Mets' Angel Pagan", "Ex-Giants outfielder Pagan rescued at sea in Puerto Rico", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ángel_Pagán&oldid=956796973, Indian River State Pioneers baseball players, Major League Baseball players from Puerto Rico, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, October 2, 2016, for the San Francisco Giants, Career statistics and player information from, This page was last edited on 15 May 2020, at 11:13. The actor & musician is married to Leah Remini, his starsign is Taurus and he is now 52 years of age. As of April 2020, Pagan remained unsigned. He made his 5 million dollar fortune with Swordfish, Dance with Me & Almost a Woman. His mother, Gloria, was a fan of baseball and played in a men's fastpitch softball league. He began working in television commercials and worked with The California Shakespeare Company and The Berkley Repertory Theatre Company as attending college. However, Pagán injured his left hamstring during the game and was placed on the 15-day disabled list, effective May 28. Baseball helped him avoid the dangers of his neighborhood; he recalls, "It was tough to come out of that place a good person. He has been married to Leah Remini since July 19, 2003. After failing to come to terms, Pagan played ball at Indian River State College in Florida, eventually coming to terms with the Mets the day before they would have lost signing rights. Other notable members of the church include A-List celebrities such as Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley.  In 2012, Pagán was vital to the Giants reaching the 2012 World Series and was the lead-off hitter for the Giants throughout most of the postseason. Beltran was moved over to right field by manager Terry Collins.