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- This Day in Giants History: December 3, 1960
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Tag Archives: 2006 Giants
Back on May 9, Grant Brisbee over at McCovey Chronicles wrote a piece about the fabulous numbers the Giants’ hitters were putting up and the huge totals they were on a pace for. Brisbee admitted, “On-pace stats are useless. But … 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
The Orioles and Giants swap pitchers, with Steve Kline coming to the Giants and LaTroy Hawkins and cash going to Baltimore.
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