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Tag Archives: third basemen
Jim Davenport sets a National League record with his 64th straight errorless game — 137 chances — at third base for the Giants. San Francisco wins a pair over the Phils‚ 3-2 and 1-0.
“Frisch can knock down more balls with his elbows, knees, chest and head, and by dint of his fleet recovery throw out the runner, than any nine men we know.” – Philadelphia sportswriter Gordon Mackay, 1924 We’ve finished our examination … Continue reading
On to the best three-year peaks of defensive play by Giant third basemen, as measured by baseball-reference.com’s rfield. I explained my methodology here, and we’ve previously looked at catchers, first basemen and second basemen. The list of third basemen includes … Continue reading