San Francisco Giants: Top 10 Second Baseman in Giants’ History
By Daniel Sperry
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Number 8: Ron Hunt, (1968-1970), 9.7 WAR
Ron Hunt only spent a total of three seasons as a Giant, but boy did he have an impact. Averaging just over three wins per season is a good mark. Overall, his numbers were really similar to those of Tito Fuentes.
However, Hunt definitely got on base more than Fuentes. Over his total, 12 years as a pro, Hunt’s slash-line was .273/.368/.347/.715. What’s more notable? He struck out nearly 200 times less than he walked, giving him a K/BB ratio of 1.45/1.