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This Day in Giants History: August 26, 1885
A line drive caught by New York first baseman Roger Connor catches runners at first and second off guard‚ enabling Connor and second baseman Joe Gerhardt to complete a triple play in the first inning against Providence. New York wins‚ … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: August 1, 1885
The largest paying crowd to date gathers at the Polo Grounds; 13‚427 fans watch the Giants defeat the Chicago White Stockings, 7-6.
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