36 Facts About San Francisco Giants

1. The San Francisco Giants will need someone to serve as backup catcher in 2019, and there are multiple familiar faces on the market.

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2. San Francisco Giants fans have witnessed Saquon Barkley do a lot of remarkable things so far in his brief tenure with the team.

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3. San Francisco Giants fans should be familiar with Roberts as well, and not just due to the last few years.

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4. The New York San Francisco Giants finally ended a five-game losing as well as residents of San Francisco, Philadelphia and New York City.

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5. The San Francisco Giants resumed practice last week and Brown was learning the offense.

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6. The San Francisco Giants scored two touchdowns in the first three quarters at San Francisco, both off short fields provided by a Goodson interception and a Corey Coleman kick return.

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7. San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner is reportedly "available" for trade before the 2019 MLB season.

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8. San Francisco Giants have had a number of captains over the years:.

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9. San Francisco Giants have retired 11 numbers in the history of the franchise, most recently Barry Bonds' number 25 in 2018.

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10. The San Francisco Giants won their first world championship in California in 2010, while the Dodgers won their last world title in 1988.

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11. On December 6, 2016, the San Francisco Giants signed closer Mark Melancon to a 4-year, $62 million contract.

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12. The San Francisco Giants faced the Kansas City Royals in the 2014 World Series, defeating the AL Champions in 7 games, winning 4 games to 3.

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13. San Francisco Giants acquired outfielder Michael Morse and starting pitcher Tim Hudson in the offseason.

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14. At the conclusion of the season the San Francisco Giants signed right fielder Hunter Pence to a five-year, $90 million contract.

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15. Early in the 2013 season, the San Francisco Giants were in first place in the National League West.

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16. The San Francisco Giants won the next three games to advance to the 2012 World Series, and Scutaro was chosen MVP of the NLCS with his.

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17. At the trade deadline, the San Francisco Giants acquired right fielder Hunter Pence from the Philadelphia Phillies and second baseman Marco Scutaro from the Colorado Rockies.

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18. The San Francisco Giants fought on without Posey and through a morass of injuries to position players largely on the strength of their pitching both starting and in relief.

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19. San Francisco Giants won the National League Western Division for the first time since 2003, after trailing the San Diego Padres for most of the season.

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20. The San Francisco Giants honored her with a pregame ceremony with Barry Bonds in attendance.

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21. On September 22, 2007, the San Francisco Giants officially announced they would not re-sign Barry Bonds for the 2008 season.

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22. San Francisco Giants were expected to contend in 2006 with a strong starting staff.

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23. San Francisco Giants made the playoffs as the NL wild card in the last weekend of the season.

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24. In 2001, the San Francisco Giants were eliminated from playoff contention on the next-to-last day of the season.

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25. San Francisco Giants lost the 2000 division series to the New York Mets three games to one after a solid win in Game 1 on the postseason clutch pitching of Livan Hernandez.

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26. In his first official trade, he shocked San Francisco Giants fans by trading Matt Williams to Cleveland for what newspapers referred to as a 'bunch of spare parts', with a negative reaction great enough for him to explain publicly, "I didn't get to this point by being an idiot.

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27. San Francisco Giants finished a dismal last in both 1995 and 1996, crippled by key injuries and slumps.

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28. The San Francisco Giants never led in any of the games, and never even managed to send the tying run to the plate against A's closer Dennis Eckersley in their last at-bat of Game 4.

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29. San Francisco Giants beat the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship Series, four games to one.

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30. The San Francisco Giants won 83 games in 1986 and won the National League Western Division title in 1987, losing the 1987 National League Championship Series to the St Louis Cardinals in seven games.

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31. The next season, the San Francisco Giants acquired veterans Joe Morgan and Reggie Smith, got hot late and ended up in a three-team pennant race with the Dodgers and Braves.

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32. In 1981, the San Francisco Giants became the first National League team to hire a black manager, Frank Robinson, although he lasted less than four years and was generally unsuccessful.

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33. In 1960, the San Francisco Giants moved to Candlestick Park, nicknamed "The 'Stick", a stadium built on Candlestick Point in San Francisco's southeast corner overlooking San Francisco Bay.

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34. San Francisco Giants were a powerhouse in the late 1880s, winning their first two National League Pennants and World Championships in 1888 and 1889.

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35. San Francisco Giants have won six pennants and three World Series championships since arriving in San Francisco.

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36. San Francisco Giants are an American professional baseball team based in San Francisco, California.

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