Emilio Pagan is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Tampa Bay Rays, Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics, and San Diego Padres.
Pagán went to high school in Greenville, South Carolina, at J. L. Mann High School, and he played baseball for Belmont Abbey Collegiate in his college years.
In the tenth round of the Major League Baseball draft in 2013, the Seattle Mariners selected him to join their organization. Pagán made his debut in the major leagues with the Pulaski Mariners in the same year that he signed with the Mariners organization.
In the month of August, he was elevated to the Everett AquaSox. Between the two clubs, he worked 26.1 bullpen innings and had a record of 1-1 with a 1.03 earned run average and 35 strikeouts.
In 2014, he played with the Clinton LumberKings and pitched for them, compiling a record of 2–3 with an earned run average of 2.89 in 42 relief appearances. In 2015, he played with the Bakersfield Blaze and pitched for them, compiling a record of 3–8 with an earned run average of 2.53.
Pagán spent 2016 with the Jackson Generals and the Tacoma Rainers, where he worked out of the bullpen and compiled a combined record of 5–3 with a 2.49 earned run average over 65 innings pitched.
Where Is Emilio Pagan From The Padres From?
Professional baseball pitcher Emilio Pagan is from Simpsonville, South Carolina in the United States of America.
It is included in the data for the metropolitan statistical area that encompasses Greenville, Mauldin, and Easley. The population increased from 18,238 in 2010 to 22,234 at the time of the census in 2020.
Simpsonville, along with Mauldin and Fountain Inn, is a part of an area known as the “Golden Strip.” This region is known for having a low unemployment rate due to the presence of a diverse range of enterprises, some of which include H.B. Fuller, KEMET, Sealed Air, and Milliken.
On the National Register of Historic Places are entries for the Burdette Building, the Cureton-Huff House, the Hopkins Farm, and the Simpsonville Baptist Church.