Angel Pagan, Giants Agree to One-Year Deal

According to the Associated Press, Angel Pagan and the Giants have reached agreement on a one-year deal worth $4.85MM. The contract reportedly includes a total of $150K in performance bonuses ($50K for 550, 600, and 650 plate appearances). This is right around what Pagan was expected to make, as he was projected to earn $4.7MM. All things considered, it’s a pretty reasonable deal.

As for Pagan, I’m feeling pretty good about the prospect of having him as a starting centerfielder for the 2012 season, as I wrote here.

And as for remaining arbitration-eligibles, this leaves: Sergio Romo, Nate Schierholtz, Melky Cabrera, Pablo Sandoval, Santiago Casilla, and Tim Lincecum. Lincecum’s case will be of particular interest, given its proportions.

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