- 1934 in a Box
- 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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The Greatest Giants Hitters
So, I did this sort of meaningless baseball thing — not for the first time and not for the last. Here’s what I did: I looked at the Giants position players who were Baseball Reference Wins Above Replacement leaders for … Continue reading
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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
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Which Pirates Hit the Giants?
The Pittsburgh Pirates have had many great hitters, including Honus Wagner, Kiki Cuyler, Ralph Kiner, Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell. Which Pirate, however, with at least 100 at-bats against the Giants, has done the best batting against them since 1914? … Continue reading
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Which Phillies Hit the Giants?
The National League owners awarded franchises to New York and Philadelphia at the same meeting, on December 6, 1882. The two teams have been rivals ever since. Though the Phillies have generally been a losing team, and almost always a … Continue reading
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Which Athletics Hit the Giants?
The Oakland Athletics may not be in the National League, but due to the inception of interleague play in 1997 (yes, this travesty has been going on that long!), and due to the fact that Major League Baseball has designated … Continue reading
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