Second Base: Jeff Kent
Robby Thompson will always be a fan-favorite since he was in the lineup when the mid-eighties revival started. But based on the numbers, Kent was far and away the best second baseman in San Francisco. An adequate infielder defensively, he hit .297 with 175 home runs and 689 RBI’s while wearing the orange and black. His ability to hit in the middle of a lineup that featured a lot of power showed just how good he really was. He was an MVP, and a 3-time All-Star. It was unfortunate how his tenure with the team ended, but his numbers don’t lie.
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