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June 18, 1979 | Mike DelNagro
WILLIE McCOVEY: San Francisco's 41-year-old slugger smashed two home runs—the 511th and 512th of his career—which boosted him past Mel Ott as the National League's alltime lefthand-hitting home-run champion.
December 25, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
RYNN WRIGHT: The 6'6" Texas A&M forward scored 39 points and grabbed 30 rebounds as the Aggies took the Golden Gate Invitational by upsetting Nevada-Las Vegas 101-99 and San Francisco 68-65.
July 03, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
VIDA BLUE: While baffling New York 3-0 and Atlanta 9-0 on a pair of five-hitters, the San Francisco lefty struck out 17, walked three, allowed no extra-base hits and improved his record to 10 wins in 14 decisions.
August 08, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
JIM BARR: After going five weeks without a victory, the San Francisco righthander hurled two straight shutouts, stopping the Montreal Expos 3-0 on four hits and beating Philadelphia 7-0 to improve his record to 10-7.
September 13, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
JOHN CANDELARIA: Pittsburgh's surge got a boost when the 6'7" lefty, who was 4-4 in early June, ran his record to 14-5 by holding San Francisco to five hits as he won 3-2 in 11 innings and by defeating Montreal 7-2.