Giants outfielder Angel Pagan was eligible to come off the DL Tuesday, but instead continued his rehab stint in Triple-A with a solid game across the board.
Pagan batted leadoff for the Sacramento River Cats, where he thrived against the Omaha Storm Chasers.
On the night, Pagan went 2-for-3 with two singles. He also added two walks and two runs scored on his productive night while also playing centerfield.
The River Cats won 5-4.
In his fourth season with the Giants, Pagan has had a down year while also dealing with injuries. The 34-year-old has hit .258/.290/.308 and hasn't hit a home run in any of his 102 games played this season.
If the season ended today, Pagan would have career-lows in both on-base percentage and slugging percentage. His batting average is also the lowest it has been since his rookie year in 2006.
Pagan is set to play again for the River Cats Wednesday, before being reevaluated.
Through his 10-year career, Pagan is a .280/.329/.308 hitter with 49 home runs and 155 stolen bases.