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Tag Archives: Burgess Whitehead
This Day in Giants History: December 9, 1935
The Giants get second baseman Burgess Whitehead from the Cardinals for pitcher Roy Parmelee, first baseman Phil Weintraub and cash.
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The Best Fielding Second Basemen
We move today to the best three-year peaks of defensive play by Giant second basemen, as measured by baseball-reference.com’s, rfield. I explained my methodology here, and looked at catching and first base peaks here and here. While the list of … Continue reading