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About San Francisco Giants

As one of the longest-established and most successful professional baseball teams, the franchise has won the most games of any team in the history of American baseball. The team was the first major league team based in New York City, most memorably playing at the legendary Polo Grounds. They have won 23 NL pennants and have played in 20 World Series competitions – both NL records. The Giants’ eight World Series championships rank second in the National League and fourth overall (New York Yankees are first with 27, then the St. Louis Cardinals (the National League record-holders) with 11, and the Oakland Athletics and the Boston Red Sox both with 9). The Giants have played in the World Series 20 times – 14 times in New York, six in San Francisco – but boycotted the event in 1904.

Playing as the New York Giants, they won 14 pennants and five World Series championships behind managers such as John McGraw and Bill Terry and players such as Christy Mathewson, Carl Hubbell, Mel Ott, Bobby Thomson, and Willie Mays. The Giants’ franchise has the most Hall of Fame players in all of professional baseball. The Giants’ rivalry with the Dodgers is one of the longest-standing and biggest rivalries in American sports. The teams began their rivalry as the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers, respectively, before both franchises moved west for the 1958 season.

The Giants have won six pennants and three World Series championships since arriving in San Francisco. Those three championships have come in 2010, 2012, and most recently in 2014, having defeated the Kansas City Royals four games to three during the 2014 World Series. The Giants are the only major professional sports team based in the City and County of San Francisco, following the San Francisco 49ers’ relocation to Santa Clara, California in 2014. They will be joined by the Golden State Warriors once they move to the Chase Center in 2019.

Before the 2018 season, the Giants acquired Evan Longoria and Andrew McCutchen in trades, that saw Denard Span and the organization’s top prospect Christian Arroyo sent to the Tampa Bay Rays in return, along with an additional prospect; the Pittsburgh Pirates received Giants prospects Kyle Crick and Bryan Reynolds as compensation for the final year of McCutchen’s contract. The team followed these trades by signing free-agent outfielder Austin Jackson to a two-year contract. The 2018 season, despite moves to compete, ended in a 73-89 record fort the Giants, 4th in the National League West. On July 8th, Jackson was sent to the Texas Rangers along with pitchers Cory Gearrin and Jason Bahr. On August 31st, just before the end of the Waiver Trade Deadline, Andrew McCutchen was traded to the New York Yankees for minor leaguers Abiatal Avelino and Juan De Paula.