San Francisco Giants: Top 10 Right Handed Pitchers in Team History
The rankings will be based on Baseball Reference Wins Above Replacement. This is one of the best stats available to judge players of different eras. With so many different factors as to how to judge a pitcher, there is no perfect statistic. However, with the information we have, WAR might be as good as there is.
10. Hal Schumacher: WAR (27.0)
Schumacher pitched for the New York Giants. He went to 2 All-Star games, including in 1933 where he also led the Giants to the World Series. Schumacher started 2 games in the Series and went 1-0 over 14.2 innings.
Over 13 seasons, he won 158 games with a 3.36 ERA over 2482.1 innings. He also had a 1.34 WHIP, 4.02 FIP and 111 ERA+.
9. Jim Barr: WAR (28.2)
Barr pitched ten seasons for the San Francisco Giants in two stints with the team from 1971-1983.
He won 90 games while maintaining an ERA of 3.41. He also had a 1.252 WHIP, 3.49 FIP and 109 ERA+.