Fantasy Baseball Team Preview: San Francisco Giants
FEB 20, 2:00p ET | Adam Meyer
Rotowire: Feb 24 / 9:09a ET
News: Pagan, who underwent back surgery in September, confirmed Tuesday that he is 100 percent healthy, Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area reports. "I'm good, I'm perfect," Pagain said. "I feel like never before."
Impact: Giants manager Bruce Bochy said the same thing in early February, and Pagan won't have any restrictions at camp. Now 33 years old, the veteran center fielder hasn't played 100 games in a season since 2012, but he's still been effective when healthy. There is some question regarding Pagan's spot in the order, as offseason acquisition Norichika Aoki is also a fit in the leadoff hole.
Rotowire: Feb 7 / 8:49a ET
News: Giants manager Bruce Bochy said that Pagan no longer has issues with his lower back, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: After going through a three-month rehab process following September surgery, Pagan may be able to enter spring training without significant restrictions. Ultimately, it will be difficult to determine his true level of health without seeing him go through the rigors of patrolling center field on a day-to-day basis once Cactus League games begin.