San Francisco Giants: Top Ten First Baseman in Team History
By Michael Saltzman
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8. Dan McGann (1902-1907)
Wins Above Replacement: 17.2
McGann played six seasons with the Giants. His best season was in 1905 and finished that season with a slashline of .299/.391/.434 for an OPS of .825. His numbers dropped during the World Series, but McGann and the Giants beat the Philadelphia A’s that year to win the championship.
Overall, he played 682 career games at first base in New York and had a career slashline with the Giants of .279/.358/.372 for an OPS of .730.