San Francisco Giants: Top 10 Second Baseman in Giants’ History
By Daniel Sperry
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Number 7: Ray Durham, 2003-2008, 10.4 WAR.
Averaging just over two wins a season, Durham also had a decent time in San Francisco. Durham spent a significant portion of his career with the White-Sox, but enjoyed a good ride in San Francisco.
Durham’s best season of his career came with the Giants in 2006, where he hit 26 home-runs and had 93 RBI, while putting up a .293/.360/.538/.898 slash-line. In his time with the Giants, he had a .274/.348/.448/.796 OPS and blasted 74 home-runs. He also hit 142 doubles in his five seasons.
Durham’s clout at the plate was a significant reason for his good WAR, that and he didn’t have any seasons with less than 100 games played in the orange and black.