[Pagan] looks back and considers his brief stint studying English in community college among the best decisions he ever made, and it didn’t even have to do with baseball. Yet it sure has helped him to communicate in his athletic career, and aided so many others along the way, too.
“That’s part of being a teammate,” Pagan said. “I’m here for my teammates. If I were in Puerto Rico, I’d do it in Spanish. That’s the good thing about speaking both languages. It’s fun. It’s part of it, and I like it.”
This is an interesting read. I didn’t know much about Angel Pagan, and it turns out he is a really cool guy.
I’m really starting to like him. His bat’s a little streaky, but he’s solid in the outfield and I like the energy he brings to the clubhouse. Also, to be more shallow—he’s really cute. :)
New to the Museum
First base, Matt’s hat and cleats and the first “K” on the right field wall from the June 13 perfect game that Matt Cain threw against the Houston Astros. San Francisco Giants Cain also struck out 14 hitters, tying the record for strikeouts in a perfect game set by Sandy Koufax in 1965.
You may all now refer to him as Jedi Sergio Romo
I’m trying to figure out if Romo’s a Master or a Padawan. He’s young, but I’m not sure it’s possible to throw a better slider, so I’m gonna go with Master. :)
Screw you, front office, with your bullshit about how Pablo’s too fat and too out of shape. Yes, he’s big. He’s always been big. But an out of shape player doesn’t make that play.