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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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1,000 games, 1,303 hits, 54 HRs, 524 RBIs

The Bronx-born Fordham Flash drove in 100 runs twice as a Giant and had years in which he led the NL in runs, hits and stolen bases.

SHORTSTOP

TRAVIS JACKSON

1922-36

1,656 games, 1,768 hits, 135 HRs, 929 RBIs

An unassuming infield anchor, he hit .300 six times and led NL shortstops in assists from 1927 through '29 and in '31.

THIRD BASE

FREDDIE LINDSTROM

1924-32

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