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  • The S.F. Giants seasonal records

    Here are all the Giants seasons ordered by winning percentage. Playoff teams are in blue. Enjoy.

    Code:
    Year  W   L   W% Finish
    1993 103 59 .636   2
    1962 103 62 .624   1
    2003 100 61 .621   1
    2000  97 65 .599   1
    2002  95 66 .590   2
    1965  95 67 .586   2
    1966  93 68 .578   2
    1989  92 70 .568   1
    1967  91 71 .562   2
    2004  91 71 .562   2
    1964  90 72 .556   4
    1969  90 72 .556   2
    1971  90 72 .556   1
    1987  90 72 .556   1
    1997  90 72 .556   1
    2001  90 72 .556   2
    1961  85 69 .552   3
    1978  89 73 .549   3
    1998  89 74 .546   2
    1963  88 74 .543   3
    1968  88 74 .543   2
    1973  88 74 .543   3
    1959  83 71 .539   3
    1982  87 75 .537   3
    1970  86 76 .531   3
    1999  86 76 .531   2
    1990  85 77 .525   3
    1958  80 74 .519   3
    1960  79 75 .513   5
    1986  83 79 .512   3
    1988  83 79 .512   4
    1981  56 55 .505   4
    1975  80 81 .497   3
    1983  79 83 .488   5
    1994  55 60 .478   2
    2006  76 85 .472   3
    1980  75 86 .466   5
    1995  67 77 .465   4
    1977  75 87 .463   4
    1991  75 87 .463   4
    2005  75 87 .463   3
    1976  74 88 .457   4
    1972  69 86 .445   5
    1974  72 90 .444   5
    1992  72 90 .444   5
    1979  71 91 .438   4
    2007  71 91 .438   5
    1996  68 94 .420   4
    1984  66 96 .407   6
    1985  62 100 .383  6
    Last edited by Honus Wagner Rules; 06-19-2008, 10:38 AM. Reason: Edit thread title
    Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

  • #2
    I think of two things when I see this...How close the team was to pennants in 65-67, and funny how I thought the '79 team was the worst Giants team ever. It may have got more wins than the 85 team, but it had to be just as bad on the field!
    “Well, I like to say I’m completely focused, right? I mean, the game’s on the line. It’s not like I’m thinking about what does barbecue Pop Chips and Cholula taste like. Because I already know that answer — it tastes friggin’ awesome!"--Brian Wilson

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KHenry14 View Post
      I think of two things when I see this...How close the team was to pennants in 65-67, and funny how I thought the '79 team was the worst Giants team ever. It may have got more wins than the 85 team, but it had to be just as bad on the field!
      What caught me by surprise is that the Giants have only had 18 sub .500 seasons out of 50 seasons in San Francisco and 16 90+ win seasons. The '85 team was beyond awful. Didn't they lose the last six games of the season to get to 100 losses? The only 100 loss season in the entire 125 year history of the franchise.
      Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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      • #4
        Now I have to take it back, I checked the stats, and the '85 team was worse than the '79 team. Poor Dave LaPointe was 7-17 and he was the ace.

        Ironically, in just two years this team was one game from the WS.
        “Well, I like to say I’m completely focused, right? I mean, the game’s on the line. It’s not like I’m thinking about what does barbecue Pop Chips and Cholula taste like. Because I already know that answer — it tastes friggin’ awesome!"--Brian Wilson

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KHenry14 View Post
          Now I have to take it back, I checked the stats, and the '85 team was worse than the '79 team. Poor Dave LaPointe was 7-17 and he was the ace.

          Ironically, in just two years this team was one game from the WS.
          They got good in less time than that. The Giants hired Roger Craig late in th '85 season. Then they brought up some kids names Clark and Thompson for the '86 season . The Giants were serious contenders in '86, hitting a high water mark of 49-40 on July 17. Then the injuries came and the Astros got really hot. By early September the Giants were 67-69 before finishing out the season at 83-79. It. it was an exciting season that laid the groundwork for the '87 and '89 division winniong seasons
          Last edited by Honus Wagner Rules; 06-20-2008, 05:54 PM.
          Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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          • #6
            So is it safe to say that we may finally have our 2nd 100-loss season this year? They are on pace to lose 93 right now, and I would say that for the most part this year they have overachieved, or at least, done a lot better than some of us thought they would.
            "Candlestick made me a man" -Will Clark

            "Real Giants fans loved them BEFORE and AFTER Barry Bonds came along"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jermz View Post
              So is it safe to say that we may finally have our 2nd 100-loss season this year? They are on pace to lose 93 right now, and I would say that for the most part this year they have overachieved, or at least, done a lot better than some of us thought they would.
              The Giants have had some good spurts and some bad spurts. I don't think they've overachieved. I don't think they will lose 100 games since there are enough crappy teams in the NL just barely better than the Giants.
              Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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