Sixty-six representatives of the Giants (55 players and 11 managers) have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Dodgers franchise is second (45 players, 9 managers) and the New York Yankees are third (41 players, 11 managers).
The Baseball Hall of Fame has inducted 66 representatives of the New York/San Francisco Giants (55 players and 11 managers) into Cooperstown, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers are second with 45 players, 9 managers, and the Yankees are third with 41 players, 11 managers.
The Dodgers: 1st - Giants: 55 players, 11 managers 2nd - Dodgers: 45 players, 9 managers 3rd - Yankees: 41 players, 11 managers
Sixty-six representatives of the New York/San Francisco Giants (55 players and 11 managers) have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers franchise is second (45 players, 9 managers) and the New York Yankees are third (41 players, 11 managers).
With the selection of pitcher Randy Johnson to the Baseball Hall of Fame on January 6, 2015, 55 representatives of the Giants (players and managers) have made their way to Cooperstown. The Giants have had more representatives in the Hall of Fame than any other baseball team. Johnson finished his career with San Francisco in 2009.
Yes, the managers, staff, and players all get World Series Rings. Even players that were traded midseason can get rings if the organization so decides. An example of this, this year, was Bengie Molina, even though he played on the losing team, Texas, because he was on the Giants earlier this year, so he got a ring.
if they just faced the giants in the playoffs before the giants went to the world series then yeah
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Cody Ross of the San Francisco Giants and I don't know who else.
Click on the '2006 New York Giants Salaries' link on this page to see the 2006 salaries of the players on the Giants.
The New York/San Francisco Giants franchise.
As of now, 19 players, 10 pitchers and one manager (John McGraw) are in the Hall of Fame as Giants, both in New York and San Francisco. In addition another 23 players are in the H of F that spent some of their playing careers with the Giants. Go to the Giants web-site for a complete listing.
The previous answer here said: "the dodgers" Apparently they must have been a Dodger fan because in actuality, it is the Giants. 1st - Giants: 56 players, 11 managers 2nd - Dodgers: 45 players, 9 managers 3rd - Yankees: 41 players, 11 managers These numbers are a touch inflated. Most people count players that played the majority of their career for one team. Consider the fact that there are only 19 managers in the Hall yet someone has listed 31 from just 3 teams. The Giants do have the most Hall of Famers, however on their official site they only list 29 as having spent the majority of their career with the team. They break it down further by listing 23 other members of the Hall who spent a small portion of their career with the team. They go on to list only 1 manager and 3 broadcasters. Take the above numbers with a grain of salt and do a little research for yourself.
No, they do not. The Giants draft players out of high school or out of college and sign players from out of country. However, there are no open tryouts available.
Melky Cabrera currently wears No. 53 for the San Francisco Giants.
Randy Johnson was signed to the San Fransisco Giants when he was originally at the Arizona Diamondbacks
The Giants started playing baseball in 1883.
Before the baseball Giants moved to San Fran they were the New York Giants. The football team was then named after the baseball team.
In all systums, you can play with up to 2 players
1964. Pitcher Masanori Murakami of the San Francisco Giants was the first player from Japan to play in MLB. His first game with the Giants was September 1, 1964.
There are 69 players on the New York Giants! Although, if you're looking for a great team, the answer is the Philadelphia Eagles! Hope this helped!
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The 1965 SF Giants had 6 HOF players on their roster. The 1929 NY Yankees also had 6 future HOFers but 2 of these made it in as managers. 1965 Giants: Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Juan Marichal, Gaylord Perry, Orlando Cepeda,Warren Spahn. 1929 Yankees: Babe Ruth, Lou Gherig, Bill Dickey, Tony Lazzeri, Miller Huggins, Leo Durocher. The 1965 Giants lost the pennant race to the LA Dodgers by 1.5 games! The distinction of 8 HoF's (including managers) is also held by the 1928 Philadelphia Athletics: Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, Lefty Grove, Mickey Cochrane, Eddie Collins, Jimmy Foxx, and Al Simmons as players; with Connie Mack as manager.
There are 25 players on the San Francisco Giant's baseball team between the months of April-August. When September 1st comes around, the roster expands to 40 players.