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We Know So Little About How to Measure Defense
The Polo Grounds, where the Giants played from 1911 to 1957, was a horseshoe-shaped stadium, which caused the fences to pinch the first base line. As a consequence of this, New York Giant first basemen often played 20 or 30 … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: March 25, 1959
The Giants acquire pitchers Sam Jones and Don Choate from St. Louis in exchange for first baseman Bill White and third baseman Ray Jablonski.
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