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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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710 games, 936 hits, .315 avg., 47 HRs, 459 RBIs

Arguably the best player of the 19th century, he's credited with being among the first backstops to regularly crouch behind home plate.

FIRST BASE

BILL TERRY

1923-36

1,721 games, 2,193 hits, .341 avg., 154 HRs, 1,078 RBIs

The career Giant tied the NL record with 254 hits in 1930, the same year he batted .401. He remains the last NL player to top .400.

SECOND BASE

FRANKIE FRISCH

1919-26

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