A few hours before the Giants took on the Cubs in San Francisco, manager Bruce Bochy said center fielder Angel Pagan would play in one more rehab game and then rejoin the major league club.
In that final game with Triple-A Sacramento, Pagan picked up one hit in four at-bats and scored a run.
Leading off the top of the first against Omaha, Pagan flied out to center.
With two outs in the top of the third, Pagan popped out to end the inning.
In the fifth inning, Pagan came to bat with runners at first and second and one out, but grounded out to the pitcher. Both runners advanced, but were stranded when Everth Cabrera lined out.
With the River Cats trailing 5-0 entering the eighth inning, Pagan started the frame with a single to center. He advanced to third on a one-out double by Ryan Lollis and scored Sacramento's only run of the night on a groundout by Jarrett Parker.
The River Cats went on to lose 5-1 to the Storm Chasers.
OF NOTE: Lollis had two doubles on the night...Clayton Blackburn got the start for the River Cats. The 22-year-old righty, who entered the season as the Giants' No. 5 prospect according to Baseball America, gave up nine hits and three runs (two earned) in 6.2 innings pitched. He walked one and struck out four...Mac Williamson, the Giants' No. 11 prospect entering the season, picked up one hit in two at-bats and walked once.