San Francisco Giants: Top Ten Left-Handed Starting Pitchers

By Justin Rodgers
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  1. Rube Marquard (1908-1915)

Wins Above Replacement: 16.2

Our first member of the Hall of Fame to appear on the list, Marquard played eight seasons with the Giants. The Hall of Famer had his best year in 1911, where he finished seventh in MVP voting. He went 24-7 with a 2.57 ERA, struck out a career high 237 batters in 277.2 innings, and had a WAR of 6.1.

Overall, Marquard went 103-76 as a Giant with a 2.85 ERA before playing an additional ten seasons elsewhere. In addition to finishing seventh in MVP voting in 1911, he finished eighth the following year.