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San Francisco Giants MLB Fleece: Allover

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San Francisco Giants MLB Fleece: Allover

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Width: 60 inches
Content: 100% Polyester
Background: Black
Price: $11.98
The San Francisco Giants were founded in 1883 as the New York Gothams of the National League. The Giants experienced success almost from the beginning, winning the National League pennant in 1888 and 1889.

In 1902, the Giants hired John McGraw as player-manager. Although he played for the Giants only briefly he managed the team for thirty years, in the process becoming one of the most successful managers in baseball history.

By 1905, McGraw had guided the team to its first World Series appearance against the Philadelphia Athletics (the Giants refused to participate in 1904). The series was unique in that all of the games were won by shutout, with three of the games being won by Giants' star Christy Mathewson in the Giants' 4-1 victory.

Between 1911 and 1917 the Giants appeared in four World Series but lost each time. In 1911 they lost to the Philadelphia Athletics 4-2. The following year the Boston Red Sox defeated the Giants in seven games. The Athletics beat the Giants again in 1913 in five games. Finally, the Chicago White Sox defeated the Giants in 1917 in six games.

The Giants then appeared in four consecutive World Series between 1921 and 1924, winning the first two then losing the next two. The 1921 victory came in eight games against the New York Yankees. The Giants swept the Yankees the following year in four games.

The Yankees avenged the previous losses by defeating the Giants in six games in1923. The Giants lost again the following year to the Washington Senators in seven games.

The Giant's winning ways continued into the 1930s as the team in three World Series, winning one. The lone win came in 1933 as the Giants defeated the Washington Senators in five games. The Giants then lost the 1936 and 1937 World Series to the Yankees in six and five games respectively.

The Giants' next World Series appearance was in 1954 under colorful manager Leo Durocher. Led on the field by Willie Mays, the Giants swept the 111-win Cleveland Indians for the franchise's last win in New York.

The Giants next World Series appearance was in 1962 after the team had relocated to San Francisco.  The Giants lost to the Yankees in seven games. The stars of the lineup included Mays, Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda.

The Giants also appeared in the 1989 and 2002 World Series, both of which they lost. In 1989 they lost to the Oakland Athletics in four games. In 2002, the Giants lost in seven games to the Anaheim Angels.

World Series Appearances:
  • 1905: Won 4-1 over the Philadelphia Athletics
  • 1911: Lost 4-2 to the Philadelphia Athletics
  • 1912: Lost 4-3 to the Boston Red Sox
  • 1913: Lost 4-1 to the Philadelphia Athletics
  • 1917: Lost 4-2 to the Chicago White Sox
  • 1921: Won 5-3 over the New York Yankees
  • 1922: Won 4-0 over the New York Yankees
  • 1923: Lost 4-2 to the New York Yankees
  • 1924: Lost 4-3 to the Washington Senators
  • 1933: Won 4-1 over the Washington Senators
  • 1936: Lost 4-2 to the New York Yankees
  • 1937: Lost 4-1 to the New York Yankees
  • 1954: Won 4-0 over the Cleveland Indians
  • 1962: Lost 4-3 over the New York Yankees
  • 1989: Lost 4-0 to the Oakland Athletics
  • 2002: Lost 4-3 to the Anaheim Angels
Hall of Famers:
  1. Dave Bancroft, shortstop (1920-1923, 1930)
  2. Jake Beckley, 1st Base (1896-1897)
  3. Roger Bresnahan, catcher (1902-1908)
  4. Dan Brouthers, 1st Base (1904)
  5. Jesse Burkett, outfielder (1890)
  6. Steve Carlton, pitcher (1986)
  7. Gary Carter, catcher (1990)
  8. Orlando Cepeda, 1st Base (1958-1966)
  9. Roger Connor, 1st Base (1883-1894)
  10. George S. Davis, shortstop/manager (Player: 1893-1901, 1903; Manager: 1895, 1901-1902)
  11. Leo Durocher, manager (1948-1955)
  12. William "Buck" Ewing, catcher (1883-1892)
  13. Frankie Frisch, 2nd Base (1919-1926)
  14. Burleigh Grimes, pitcher (1927)
  15. Charles "Gabby" Hartnett, catcher (1941)
  16. Rogers Hornsby, 2nd Base (1927)
  17. Waite Hoyt, pitcher (1918, 1932)
  18. Carl Hubbell, pitcher (1928-1943)
  19. Monte Irvin, outfielder (1949-1955)
  20. Travis Jackson, shortstop (1922-1936)
  21. Tim Keefe, pitcher (1885-1891)
  22. Willie Keeler, outfielder (1892-1893, 1910)
  23. George Kelly, 1st Base (1915-1917,1919-1926)
  24. Mike "King" Kelly, outfielder/catcher 1893
  25. Fred Lindstrom, 3rd Base (1924-1932)
  26. Ernie Lombardi, catcher (1943-1947)
  27. Juan Marichal, pitcher (1960-1973)
  28. Rube Marquard, pitcher (1908-1915)
  29. Christy Mathewson, pitcher (1900-1916)
  30. Willie Mays, outfielder (1951-1972)
  31. Willie McCovey, 1st Base (1959-1973,1977-1980)
  32. Joe McGinnity, pitcher (1902-1908)
  33. John McGraw, manager (1902-1932)
  34. Joe "Ducky" Medwick, outfielder (1943-1945)
  35. Johnny Mize, 1st Base (1942-1949)
  36. Joe Morgan, 2nd Base (1981-1982)
  37. James O'Rourke, outfielder (1885-1892, 1904)
  38. Mel Ott, outfielder (1926-1947)
  39. Gaylord Perry, pitcher (1962-1971)
  40. Edd Roush, outfielder 1916, 1927-29
  41. Amos Rusie, pitcher (1890-1898)
  42. Ray Schalk, catcher (1929)
  43. Albert "Red" Schoendienst, 2nd Base (1956-1957)
  44. Duke Snider, outfielder (1964)
  45. Warren Spahn, pitcher (1965)
  46. Bill Terry, 1st Base (1923-1936)
  47. Monte Ward, 2nd Base (1883-1889,1893-1894)
  48. Mickey Welch, pitcher (1883-1892)
  49. Hoyt Wilhelm, pitcher (1952-1956)
  50. Hack Wilson, outfielder (1923-1925)
  51. Ross Youngs, outfielder (1917-1926)
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