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TITANS OF SAN FRANCISCO: THE GREATEST GIANTS OF ALL TIME
David Sabino
November 11, 2010
IN THE TRADITION OF THEIR NEW YORK FOREBEARS THE WEST COAST GIANTS HAVE PRODUCED AN EVERLASTING TEAM OF LATTER-DAY BASEBALL GREATS
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November 11, 2010

Titans Of San Francisco: The Greatest Giants Of All Time

IN THE TRADITION OF THEIR NEW YORK FOREBEARS THE WEST COAST GIANTS HAVE PRODUCED AN EVERLASTING TEAM OF LATTER-DAY BASEBALL GREATS

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THIRD BASE, 1987-96

1,120 games, 1,092 hits, .264 avg., 247 HRs, 732 RBIs

No major league third baseman hit more homers than Williams's 247 during his 10 seasons in San Francisco. The four-time Giants All-Star had his best power season in 1994, when he hit 43 long balls in 112 games before the season was halted in August by a player strike.

BOB BRENLY

CATCHER, 1981-88, '89

823 games, 632 hits, .250 avg., 90 HRs, 327 RBIs

Brenly averaged 18 home runs during his first four full seasons. He has the most hits, runs and RBIs of any catcher in the Bay Area Black-and-Orange and only two catchers, Tom Haller (719) and Kirt Manwaring (704), caught more games than Brenly's 692.

ROBB NEN

RELIEF PITCHER, 1998-2002

365 games, 24 wins, 25 losses, 206 saves, 453 strikeouts, 2.43 ERA

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