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Giants' Angel Pagan out for year

LOS ANGELES -- The news was inevitable. It was still crushing for a Giants team hoping for another deep postseason run. Center fielder Angel Pagan will have surgery on a bulging disk in his back, ending his season. Pagan will have the procedure Thursday in Los Angeles and will miss three to four months. "It was just time to get something done," manager Bruce Bochy said. "We'll get it done now so he can have a full go in spring training. There was no sense in trying (to keep playing). This wasn't going to work." Now the Giants have to figure out how to make it work without their leadoff hitter. They are 56-35 when Pagan starts this season and just 29-36 when he doesn't. Pagan will ...

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