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Best San Francisco Giants of the 2010s: Final Top 50 List

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 25: Madison Bumgarner #40 of the San Francisco Giants pitches against the Colorado Rockies in the third inning at Oracle Park on June 25, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 25: Madison Bumgarner #40 of the San Francisco Giants pitches against the Colorado Rockies in the third inning at Oracle Park on June 25, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) /
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With the 2019 MLB season now in the books, we wrap up our 50 best San Francisco Giants players of the 2010s list.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been unveiling our list of the 50 best San Francisco Giants players of the 2010s, a decade where the team took home three World Series titles.

With the rankings now complete, here’s a look at the final list, with links to each individual player write-up:

1. SP Madison Bumgarner
2. C Buster Posey
3. 3B Pablo Sandoval
4. SP Matt Cain
5. SP Tim Lincecum
6. OF Hunter Pence
7. SS Brandon Crawford
8. 1B/OF Brandon Belt
9. RP Sergio Romo
10. RP Brian Wilson
11. RP Santiago Casilla
12. RP Javier Lopez
13. RP Jeremy Affeldt
14. 2B Marco Scutaro
15. OF Angel Pagan
16. SP Ryan Vogelsong
17. 1B/OF Aubrey Huff
18. 2B Joe Panik
19. OF Pat Burrell
20. SP Johnny Cueto
21. SP Jeff Samardzija
22. RP Will Smith
23. 3B Matt Duffy
24. SP Jake Peavy
25. OF Cody Ross
26. OF Andres Torres
27. SP Jonathan Sanchez
28. 2B Freddy Sanchez
29. OF Melky Cabrera
30. OF Gregor Blanco
31. RP Yusmeiro Petit
32. SS/3B Juan Uribe
33. SP Tim Hudson
34. OF Michael Morse
35. RP Reyes Moronta
36. RP Tony Watson
37. OF Denard Span
38. RP George Kontos
39. RP Hunter Strickland
40. RP Sam Dyson
41. OF Andrew McCutchen
42. OF Nate Schierholtz
43. SP Dereck Rodriguez
44. SP Chris Heston
45. UT Kelby Tomlinson
46. SS Edgar Renteria
47. SP Barry Zito
48. 3B Evan Longoria
49. SP Ty Blach
50. 1B/OF Travis Ishikawa

It’s been a roller coaster ride of a decade. The team came out of nowhere to win the 2010 World Series and then added titles in 2012 and 2014. Now they’re in the midst of a rebuild and set to usher in a new decade with a young core and farm system on the rise.

What do the 2020s have in store for the San Francisco Giants?

Only time will tell, but for now, feel free to debate the merits of this list while we gear up for a busy offseason.

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