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Tag Archives: 1990 Giants
The Five Best Draft Picks Gained by Losing a Free Agent
When Pedro Martinez left the Boston Red Sox as a free agent, the Red Sox got an extra pick in the next June amateur draft. When Albert Pujols signed with the Angels, the Cardinals got a compensatory draft pick, too. … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: November 16, 1989
The National League champion Giants sign free-agent outfielder Kevin Bass‚ who hit .300/.357/.435 for Houston in 1989.
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