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- This Day in Giants History, February 27, 1962: Saran Wrap for Candlestick Park
- How Many Good Giants Were Good Prospects?
- This Day in Giants History, February 20, 1895: John Montgomery Ward Hates the Reserve Clause
- Training Above the Landis-Eastman Line
- The Greatest Giants Pitchers
- The Greatest Giants Hitters
- This Day in Giants History: December 3, 1960
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Tag Archives: Billy Southworth
Which Cardinals Hit the Giants?
The St. Louis Cardinals rank with the San Francisco Giants as the most successful franchises in the National League. Whether by pennants or World Series championships or Hall-of-Famers, both franchises have been more successful than their competitors in the league. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Al Dark, Billy Southworth, hitters, hitting, Joe Medwick, Johnny Mize, opponents, Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, Walker Cooper Comments Off on Which Cardinals Hit the Giants?
The Best Fielding Shortstops
For the last spot on the infield, we’re examining the best three-year peaks of defensive play by Giant shortstops, as measured by baseball-reference.com’s rfield. I explained my methodology here, and we’ve previously looked at catchers, first-, second– and third basemen. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Billy Cunningham, Billy Southworth, Casey Stengel, Christy Mathewson, Dave Bancroft, defense, defensive value, Dick Bartell, Hal Lanier, Joe Oeschger, John McGraw, shortstop, shortstops, Travis Jackson Comments Off on The Best Fielding Shortstops