San Francisco Giants: Top 10 Right Handed Pitchers in Team History
4. Mickey Welch: WAR (53.9)
Welch won 238 games for the New York Giants. He was a member of the original team in 1883, going 25-23. Two years later, in 1885, Welch would go 44-11 with a 1.66 ERA.
Over 10 seasons, Welch maintained a 2.69 ERA, 1.225 WHIP, 3.40 FIP and 119 ERA+.
Welch was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973.
3. Juan Marichal: WAR (62.4)
The “Dominican Dandy” won 238 games between 1960-1973 for the San Francisco Giants. The greatest pitcher in the San Francisco era, Marichal was dominant. The first Hall of Famer from the Dominican Republic, Marichal became a global sensation. His high leg kick and ability to pitch became legendary in San Francisco and has been forever commemorated with a statue outside AT&T Park.
Over 14 seasons in San Francisco, Marichal maintained a 2.84 ERA with a 1.095 WHIP, 3.02 FIP and 125 ERA+.
The ten time All-Star was inducted into Cooperstown in 1983.