Between 1925-1957 there used to be two major league teams in New York called the Giants, one in the NFL and one in MLB. To keep from confusing the two, the term was used.
The MLB New York Giants moved to San Francisco for the 1958 season.
Former New York Giants manager Jim Mutrie gave the New York Giants their name. The New York Giants used to be known as the New York City Gothams.
They were named after the baseball New York Giants. Their official name, to this day, is the New York Football Giants.
They were known as the New York Giants. The team was originally named the New York Gothams.
They were originally known as the New York City Gothams, and were nicknamed "My Giants" by then manager Jim Mutrie. After awhile, the name was formally changed to the New York Giants.They were originally known as the New York City Gothams, and were nicknamed "My Giants" by then manager Jim Mutrie. After awhile, the name was formally changed to the New York Giants.
Yeah, the Giants
According to the New York Giant's All-Time Roster no player by the name of Hank Scott was ever on the roster of the New York Giants.
The San Francisco Giants (formerly the New York Giants before 1958).
The San Francisco Giants originated in New York. They got their name since their home was in New York, the largest city in America. They moved to San Francisco in 1957
New York Giants was created in 1925.
The citizens of New York pay taxes to support the New York Giants
The Giants were known as the New York Giants before they and their crosstown rival, the Brooklyn Dodgers, both moved out west to California.