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This Day in Giants History, May 12, 1995: Matt Williams Sorta Breaks a Record

Against the Pirates‚ Matt Williams hits his seventh and eighth home runs of the season‚ and in the process breaks‚ in a manner of speaking‚ Roger Maris‘s 162-game home run record. Williams hit 62 home runs in 161 games spread … Continue reading

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This Day in Giants History, May 6, 1953: One Assist

The Giants tie the National League record for the fewest number of assists in a 9-inning game with just one‚ in a 8-5 win over Chicago at the Polo Grounds. The only assist comes in the fourth inning with one … Continue reading

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This Day in Giants History, April 25, 1969: Jack Hiatt Ties a Record

Giants catcher Jack Hiatt hits a two-run, first-inning home run and a thirteenth-inning grand slam to pace a 12-8 victory over Houston at Candlestick Park. Hiatt has seven RBI in the game, which ties the Giant record for a catcher, … Continue reading

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The 2013 Giants Tied a San Francisco-Era Record

Did anyone notice this past season that the Giants gave up a lot of home runs to pitchers? There are some seasons in which the Giants don’t allow a home run to a pitcher at all. From 2008 to 2011, … Continue reading

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