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A Little About the Giants

The San Francisco Giants were able to up their game in 2008 when they placed 4th in their division in comparison to their last place finish in 2007, but if the team was going to improve more in 2009, changes were needed.  The team picked up shortstop Edgar Renteria along with starting pitcher Randy Johnson and relief pitchers Bobby Howry and Jeremy Affeldt.  With these new additions to the team and no significant favorites in their division, the Giants look like they may have a pretty good chance in 2009 so make sure you get your tickets to AT&T Park and watch the San Francisco Giants dominate in 2009!

In the Beginning

In 1883, the San Francisco Giants were originally founded as the New York Giants and became one of the most memorable teams in baseball history.  Winning 10 of the fist 25 National League Pennants in the century's first quarter was most likely due to the history of the players that the Giants have had.  Total, the team has had 47 Hall of Famers play for them, some of which have become very well known including Mel Ott, Willie Mays, Christy Mathewson, and Willie McCovey, with the added bonus of some legendary managers including Leo Durocher and John McGraw, who, in his 30 years of managing the team, led them to 3 World Series Titles along with 10 NL Pennants.