Second Baseman: Marco Scutaro
Stats: 828 PA, .315 BA, 119 OPS+, 48 XBH (5 HR), 75 RBI, 98 R, 4.0 WAR
No Joe Panik?
While the one-time All-Star and one-time Gold Glove winner had better counting numbers than Scutaro thanks to the fact that he played 450 more games with the Giants, Scutaro was a far more productive player in his time with the team.
In terms of WAR per 162 games played, which is a useful gauge of players with different sample sizes, Scutaro (3.4) dwarfs Panik (1.6) by a wide margin.
The Giants acquired Scutaro from the Colorado Rockies at the 2012 trade deadline and he hit .362 with a 144 OPS+ in 61 games down the stretch. He then memorably went 14-for-28 with three doubles to win NLCS MVP honors en route to helping the team win a World Series title.