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Tag Archives: Gary Matthews
Which Phillies Hit the Giants?
The National League owners awarded franchises to New York and Philadelphia at the same meeting, on December 6, 1882. The two teams have been rivals ever since. Though the Phillies have generally been a losing team, and almost always a … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: November 27, 1973
Gary Matthews outpolls eight others for the National League Rookie of the Year award. The Giant outfielder hit .300/.367/.444 in 148 games.
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The Best Defensive Left Fielders
We’ve been examining the best three-year peaks of defensive play by Giant players, as measured by baseball-reference.com’s rfield. I explained my methodology here, and we’ve previously looked at catchers, first-, second– and third basemen, and shortstops. Today we turn our … Continue reading
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