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05/10/2007 12:22 PM ET
Outfielder Angel Pagan recalled; Outfielder Felix Pie optioned to Triple-A Iowa
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CHICAGO -- The Chicago Cubs today recalled switch-hitting outfielder Angel Pagan from Triple-A Iowa. In a corresponding roster move, left-handed hitting outfielder Felix Pie was optioned to Iowa.

Pagan, 25, made his Major League debut with the Cubs last season after his contract was purchased from the New York Mets January 25, 2006. In 77 games, he batted .247 with five home runs and 18 RBI while appearing in all three outfield positions. He hit .464 (13-for-28) over an eight-game stretch from July 28-August 6, almost two months after returning from a strained left hamstring he suffered April 15 in Pittsburgh.

This season with Iowa, Pagan is hitting .250 (29-for-116) with three home runs and nine RBI in 33 games, including a .308 average (8-for-26) with three home runs and five RBI in May.

Pie, 22, was recalled from Iowa April 17 and went on to bat .224 (11-for-49) with a home run and 4 RBI in 18 games for the Cubs. He went 1-for-6 with a double and RBI in his Major League debut April 17 vs. San Diego and hit his first career home run April 27 at St. Louis off Anthony Reyes.

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