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- This Day in Giants History: December 3, 1960
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Tag Archives: Los Angeles Dodgers
For Those Of You Keeping Score…
Wow. Tonight’s game was just dreadful, but as a public service for those who wonder how it compares to Giants-Dodgers games of the past: The last time the Dodgers scored at least 17 runs in a game against the Giants … 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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