In what is perceived to be his final rehab game before rejoining the Giants' outfield rotation, Angel Pagan recorded one hit for the Sacramento River Cats, on Monday night.
Pagan went 1-for-4 with a double while leading off and playing center field against the Reno Aces. The River Cats defeated the Aces, 1-0.
During Pagan's rehab game, the Giants also added to their outfield with the acquisition of Alejandro De Aza from the Boston Red Sox.
The Giants are looking to add depth to an outfield that has been depleted with injuries this season. On Monday, it was revealed that Hunter Pence could miss significant time with his strained oblique.
Pagan has not played in a game for the Giants since Aug. 9 with his knee injury.
In six minor league rehab games since being placed on the 15-day DL, Pagan has gone 6-for-20 at the plate for a .300 batting average. His first five hits were all singles with his final hit being a double.
Through 102 games this season, Pagan is hitting .258/.290/.308 for the Giants.