The San Francisco Giants have two former players on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot. Barry Bonds and Jeff Kent will not earn enough votes to earn election this season, but no team has more Hall of Famers in the National League than the Giants.
Fifty-five players have worn orange and black on their way to Cooperstown, New York. Twenty-three have called the Giants their primary team. Twenty of the 25 spent their playing days in New York, while only five have played on the West Coast.
As we await the announcement of the class of 2017, here are the best Giants in the Hall of Fame.