San Francisco Giants Retired Numbers

3
Bill Terry
First Baseman
NY Giants (1923-1936)
3x All-Star
Batting Avg .341
Home Runs 154
RBI’s 1,078
Hall of Fame Induction 1954
Bill Terry also became the NY Giants manager from (1932-1941)
 
4  
Mel Ott 
Right Field
NY Giants (1926-1947)
12x All-Star
Batting Avg .304
Home Runs 511
Hits 2,876
RBI’s 1,860
Hall of Fame Induction 1951
Mel Ott was very well known as a power hitter.
 
11
Carl Hubbell
Pitcher
NY Giants (1928-1943)
9x All-Star
Win-Loss 253-154
ERA 2.98
Strikeouts 1,677
Hall of Fame Induction 1947
Carl Hubbell had 5 consecutive 20 win seasons for the Giants (1933-1937).
 
24
Willie Mays
Center Field
NY/SF Giants (1951-1952, 1954-1972)
NY Mets (1972-1973)
20x All-Star, 12 Gold Gloves and 2x NL MVP
Batting Avg .302
Home Runs 660
Hits 3,283
Hall of Fame Induction 1979
The “Say Hey Kid” is known as one of the greatest all around players of all time. 
 
27
Juan Marichal
Pitcher
 SF Giants (1960-1973
Boston Red Sox (1974)
LA Dodgers (1975)
9x All-Star
Pitched a no hitter on June 15th 1963
Win-Loss 243-142
ERA 2.89
Strikeouts 2,303
Hall of Fame Induction 1983
Juan Marichal was well known for his windup, leg kick and nasty stuff.
 
 
30
Orlando Cepeda
 First Baseman
SF Giants (1958-1966)
St. Louis Cardinals(1966-1968)
Atlanta Braves (1969–1972)
Oakland Athletics (1972)
Boston Red Sox (1973)
Kansas City Royals (1974)
7x All-Star
NL MVP (1967)
Rookie of the Year (1958)
Batting Avg .297
Home Runs 379
RBI’s 1,365
Hall of Fame Induction 1999
Orlando Cepeda was a big offensive threat (Powerful Slugger) everytime he stepped to the plate.
 
36
Gaylord Perry
Pitcher
SF Giants (1962-1971)
Cleveland Indians (1972-1975)
Texas Rangers (1975-1977)
San Diego Padres (1978-1979)
Texas Ranger (1980)
NY Yankees (1980)
Atlanta Braves (1981)
Seatlle Mariners(1982-1983)
Kansas City Royals (1983)
5x All-Star
AL Cy Young Award 1972
NL Cy Young AWard 1978
Win-Loss 314-265
ERA 3.11
Strikeouts 3,534
Hall of Fame Induction 1991
Gaylord Perry got to 314 wins, 3,534 strikeouts and won the CY Young Award in both leagues.
 
44
Willie McCovey
First Baseman
SF Giants (1959-1973)
San Diego Padres (1974-1976)
Oakland Athletics (1976)
SF Giants (1977-1980)
6x All-Star
NL MVP (1969)
NL Rookie of the Year (1959)
NL Comeback Player of the Year (1977)
Batting Avg .270
Home Runs 521
RBI’s 1,555
Hall of Fame Induction (1986)
Willie McCovey led the NL in Home Runs three times.
 
42
Jackie Robinson
Second Baseman
Brooklyn Dodgers(1947-1956)
6x All-Star
Rookie of the Year (1947)
NL MVP (1949)
Batting Avg .311
Hits 1,518
Home Runs 137
Stolen Bases 197
Hall of Fame Induction 1962
The MLB retired the number 42 for every baseball team in 1997. Which was the 50th anniversaryof Jackie Robinson’s major league Debut.
 

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