Giants manager Bruce Bochy expressed concern over outfielder Angel Pagan on Friday, discussing his health and whether or not he was at full strength.
"You saw his last game, it was evident he wasn't right," Bochy said on KNBR on Friday. "He could hardly get down the line. I can't put him out there like that. Even though he's going to tell me he can go out there, and give me all he has."
Pagan is batting .261 this season through 79 games, and has been moved around the order.
Pagan's average over the last month has plummeted, going from .224 over the past 28 days, to .182 over the past 14 days, to .083 over the last seven days.
Pagan is 22-for-116 since the beginning of June, hitting at a .190 clip with just two extra-base hits -– both doubles.
"Knock on wood, we get Angel Pagan back -- I mean his legs strong, like they were. He's really had a hard time with his two knees."
The Giants had a day off on Thursday, allowing time for Pagan to rest.
It's unclear whether or not Pagan will play Friday in Game 1 of a three-game home set against the Philadelphia Phillies.