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The San Francisco Giants were founded in 1883 as the New York Gothams and three years later became the New York Giants. The Giants are one of the longest-established and most successful professional baseball teams in MLB. The franchise has the most victories of any team in the history of American baseball.

The Giants were the first major league team based in New York City, but moved away to San Francisco in 1958. The Giants have played in 20 World Series – 14 as the New York Giants, six while in San Francisco. The franchise has one of baseball’s greatest rivalries with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The rivalry traces back to when both franchises were in New York.

Fans of the Giants can watch them on TV on several national broadcasts each season on ESPN, FOX Sports, and the MLB Network. The complete Giants schedule is available on NBC Sports Bay Area and games can be watched via live stream at MLB.TV.


The original New York Giants played at the legendary Polo Grounds before moving to San Francisco where the Giants played at Candlestick Park for 40 years. The team’s current home is Oracle Park, located in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. It sits along the San Francisco Bay and holds 41,915 spectators for Giants’ games.


As mentioned, the Giants have played in 20 World Series. The franchise has eight World Series titles. The first five – 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, and 1954 – were won when the franchise was in New York. The other three – 2010, 2012, 2014 – were won in San Francisco.

The Giants are one of the more successful MLB franchises with 23 NL pennants. That includes eight NL West Division crowns (1971, 1987, 1989, 1997, 2000, 2008, 2010, and 2012. The Giants have also made the postseason as an MLB wild card in 2002, 2014, and 2016.


He is one of the game’s all-time greats. Willie Mays, aka “The Say Hey Kid,” spent almost his entire career with the Giants organization. He was a 24-time All-Star, a record. Mays won the NL MVP twice (1954, 1965) and was the league’s Rookie of the Year in 1951. He ended his career with 660 home runs, third most all-time. In addition to his .302 career batting average, 3,283 career hits and 1,903 career RBIs; Mays won 12 Gold Gloves leading many to believe he was the greatest all-around player to have ever played the game.

The Giants had another NL Rookie of the Year in 1959 in another “Willie,” Willie McCovey. The left-handed slugger played 19 seasons for the Giants and was a six-time All-Star and a three-time NL home run leader. He won the NL MVP in 1969 when he batted .320, hit 45 home runs, and had 126 RBI. He was also the MVP of that year’s All-Star game after hitting two home runs in a National League victory.

Christy Mathewson holds the NL record for career pitching wins with 373. His amazing career featured two World Series titles (1905, 1921), two Triple Crowns (1905, 1908), a career ERA of 2.13, and 2,502 career strikeouts.