San Francisco Giants: Top Ten First Baseman in Team History
By Michael Saltzman
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4. Will Clark (1986-1993)
Wins Above Replacement: 35.5
Clark played eight seasons with the Giants. He went to five straight All-Star games from 1988-1992. “The Thrill” finished second in the MVP voting in 1989 and ended that season with a slashline of .333/.407/.546 for an OPS of .953. He also won MVP honors in the 1989 National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs, hitting a “Superman” like .650/.682/1.200 for an out of this world OPS of 1.882 over the five games.
Overall, he played 1160 career games at first base in San Francisco and had a career slashline with the Giants of .299/.373/.499 for an OPS of .872.