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Which Mets Hit the Giants?

Which Met hitter, with a minimum of 100 at-bats against the Giants, had the highest OPS against them? It was catcher Mike Piazza, who, in 145 plate appearances against the Giants between 1998 and 2005, hit .333/.413/.619. That’s an OPS … Continue reading

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Which Brewers Hit the Giants?

The Milwaukee Brewers were still in the American League when Gary Sheffield was playing for them, so there is no danger of having him top a third list in a row. The Brewer who has put up the best OPS … Continue reading

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Which Dodgers Hit the Giants?

The Giants and Dodgers have been playing each other since 1890, and it’s usually been a bitter rivalry. Lots and lots of Dodgers have dug in against Giant pitchers. Who’s been the best? In 216 plate appearances over four seasons … Continue reading

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Which Astros Hit the Giants?

They may be in the American League now, but for 51 years the Astros were in the National League, playing the Giants every year. From 1969 to 1993, they were in the same division, playing each other 18 times a … Continue reading

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Which Rockies Hit the Giants?

It’s not Larry Walker or Todd Helton, Matt Holliday or Troy Tulowitzki. From 2006 to 2011, Chris Iannetta should have been the Rockie the Giants feared most. He hit .338/.510/.586 against them in 201 plate appearances. In fact, Iannetta’s 1.096 … Continue reading

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