Angel Pagan rescued off Puerto Rico after boat capsizes

Baseball Former outfielder Angel Pagan and two others were rescued at sea Tuesday off the coast of Puerto Rico after a 15-foot wave capsized their boat. Pagan, former minor league pitcher Orlando Roman and a teenager were on a boat about 30 miles from San Juan when bad weather hit, authorities told local media site Con Las Bases Llenas. The three received help Tuesday morning just after 7 a.m. local time.  Roman was treated for a head injury, and Pagan and the minor weren't injured.MORE: Watch 'Change

Up,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN Pagan, a native of Puerto Rico, played with the Cubs, Mets and Giants in an 11-season career. He played an integral role in the Giants' playoff run in 2012 when they won the World Series, which ended up being his best season. He played in a career-high 154 games that year and hit .288 with 95 runs scored and 29 stolen bases. Pagan, 37, became a free agent in 2017 but opted to take the season off to spend more time with his family and hasn't returned to the field since."I am now dedicating myself to focusing more on my family," Pagan told El Vocero in 2017. "Devoting the time that my family deserves. I've spent a lot of time away from home."In 1,124 career games, Pagan was a .280 hitter with 1,143 hits and 339 extra-base hits.