Right Fielder: Hunter Pence
Stats: 3,095 PA, .268 BA, 109 OPS+, 253 XBH (93 HR), 406 RBI, 387 R, 10.1 WAR
While the other two outfield spots were up for debate, there’s little question who gets the nod in right field.
Pence turned in a lackluster debut with the Giants after coming over in a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies at the 2012 trade deadline, but quickly became one of the team’s primary offensive producers the following year.
He played all 162 games in 2013 and 2014, posting a 127 OPS+ and averaging 32 doubles, 24 home runs, 86 RBI, 98 runs scored and 18 steals during that span. After a poor 2012 postseason, he also rebounded to hit .333/.405/.470 with six doubles, one home runs and eight RBI during the 2014 title run.
He signed a five-year, $90 million extension after the 2013 season and had a tough time staying on the field over the life of that deal. However, he was always a fan favorite and a significant voice in the clubhouse.