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- The Greatest Giants Pitchers
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- This Day in Giants History: December 3, 1960
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Tag Archives: 2005 Giants
Last week, we looked at the most “lopsided” Giants teams where the difference between the team oWAR, that is, the portion of WAR generated by the offense, and the pWAR, that is, the portion of WAR generated by the pitchers, … Continue reading
That’s called slamming the door. Jason Schmidt of the Giants pitches eight shutout innings against the Tigers‚ but gives up singles to the first three hitters in the ninth. Tyler Walker relieves with the bases loaded and proceeds to strike … Continue reading
On April 8, 2006, the Giants starting outfield consisted of Barry Bonds (41 years old) in left, Steve Finley (41) in center, and Moises Alou (39) in right. It is the oldest starting outfield in major league history. Bill … Continue reading
Dontrell Willis gives up a sixth inning home runs to Randy Winn and that spells a loss as San Francisco edges Florida‚ 1-0. Noah Lowry is the winning pitcher and raises his batting average to .289 with two hits.
Teams that are out of contention usually trade their pending free agents at the trade deadline. The logic is to get something for them before they leave anyway. This season, the Giants did nothing at the trade deadline. Though the … Continue reading