Angel joins the Bluefish for his 12th season of professional baseball and first in the Atlantic League. Last year, the infielder played for the Durham Bulls (AAA) of the Tampa Bay Rays organization. He appeared in 113 games and batted .275 with nine home runs, 55 RBI and 46 runs scored. The 29-year-old has made one stop at the Major League level as a member of the San Francisco Giants in 2005. In 10 games he recorded five hits, with one RBI and a run scored in 19 at-bats. Chavez posted his best year as a professional in 2008 with Triple-A Las Vegas (Dodgers) of the Pacific Coast League. He slugged 10 home runs and 31 doubles, with 68 RBI and accomplished career-bests with a .292 batting average, 135 hits, and 41 extra-base hits. In 1,176 career minor league games, the former Major-Leaguer owns a .268 batting average. Angel was signed by the San Francisco Giants as an undrafted free agent in 1998.