Tag Archives: Jeff Kent

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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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

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Giants’ Greatest Hitting Trios

When Josh Hamilton was signed by the Los Angeles Angels this off-season, many expected the teaming of Albert Pujols, Mike Trout and Hamilton in the same lineup to create an opportunity for them to put up historic numbers and become … Continue reading

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This Day in Giants History: March 1, 2002

Giants second baseman Jeff Kent breaks his wrist while washing his truck and is expected to be out for the next four to six weeks. Rumors immediately start that the accident occurred while Kent was riding his motorcycle, something usually … Continue reading

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