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1965 San Francisco Giants season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1965 San Francisco Giants
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)Horace Stoneham
General manager(s)Chub Feeney
Manager(s)Herman Franks
Local televisionKTVU
(Russ Hodges, Lon Simmons)
Local radioKSFO
(Russ Hodges, Lon Simmons, Bill Thompson)
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The 1965 San Francisco Giants season was the Giants' 83rd year in Major League Baseball, their eighth year in San Francisco since their move from New York following the 1957 season, and their sixth at Candlestick Park. The team finished in second place in the National League with a 95–67 record, 2 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Offseason

Regular season

The Giants play at Candlestick Park, 1965.
The Giants play at Candlestick Park, 1965.

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 97 65 0.599 50–31 47–34
San Francisco Giants 95 67 0.586 2 51–30 44–37
Pittsburgh Pirates 90 72 0.556 7 49–32 41–40
Cincinnati Reds 89 73 0.549 8 49–32 40–41
Milwaukee Braves 86 76 0.531 11 44–37 42–39
Philadelphia Phillies 85 76 0.528 11½ 45–35 40–41
St. Louis Cardinals 80 81 0.497 16½ 42–39 38–42
Chicago Cubs 72 90 0.444 25 40–41 32–49
Houston Astros 65 97 0.401 32 36–45 29–52
New York Mets 50 112 0.309 47 29–52 21–60

Record vs. opponents

1965 National League Records

Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
Team CHC CIN HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SF STL
Chicago 7–11 8–10 8–10 9–9 11–7–1 8–10 5–13 6–12 10–8–1
Cincinnati 11–7 12–6 6–12 12–6 11–7 13–5 8–10 6–12 10–8
Houston 10–8 6–12 5–13 4–14 14–4 6–12 8–10 3–15 9–9
Los Angeles 10–8 12–6 13–5 10–8 12–6 9–9 9–9 10–8 12–6
Milwaukee 9–9 6–12 14–4 8–10 13–5 6–12 9–9 10–8 11–7
New York 7–11–1 7–11 4–14 6–12 5–13 7–11–1 4–14 5–13 5–13
Philadelphia 10–8 5–13 12–6 9–9 12–6 11–7–1 8–10 8–10 10–7
Pittsburgh 13–5 10–8 10–8 9–9 9–9 14–4 10–8 11–7–1 4–14
San Francisco 12–6 12–6 15–3 8–10 8–10 13–5 10–8 7–11–1 10–8
St. Louis 8–10–1 8–10 9–9 6–12 7–11 13–5 7–10 14–4 8–10


Opening Day lineup

Notable transactions

Game log and schedule

Legend
  Giants win
  Giants loss
  Postponement
Bold Giants team member
1965 Game Log (95–67) (Home: 51–30; Road: 44–37)

Roster

1965 San Francisco Giants
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Juan Marichal bat incident

On August 22, 1965, Giants pitcher Juan Marichal was involved in a notorious incident that occurred in a game played against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Batting against Sandy Koufax, Marichal felt that Dodger catcher Johnny Roseboro's return throws had flown too close to his head.[6] Words were exchanged, and Roseboro, throwing off his catcher's helmet and mask, rose to continue the argument. Marichal responded by hitting Roseboro's unprotected head with his bat. The benches cleared into a 14-minute brawl, while Giant captain Willie Mays escorted the bleeding Roseboro (who would require 14 stitches) back to the clubhouse. Marichal was ejected, suspended for nine days and fined US$1,750. Roseboro filed a lawsuit, but eventually settled out of court, supposedly for $7,000. Marichal and Roseboro would eventually go on to become close friends, reconciling any personal animosity and even autographing photographs of the brawl.

The image of Marichal raising his bat over his head to deliver a blow to Roseboro was carried in practically every newspaper in the nation and re-printed in Life magazine.[6] Many people protested the apparently light punishment meted out, but as it was it hurt the Giants considerably. They were in a neck-and-neck pennant race with the Dodgers and the race was decided with only two games to play. Marichal's nine-day suspension cost him two pitching turns, and the Giants lost the pennant by two games.

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Tom Haller 134 422 106 .251 16 49
1B Willie McCovey 160 540 149 .276 39 92
2B Hal Lanier 159 522 118 .226 0 39
SS Dick Schofield 101 379 77 .203 2 19
3B Jim Ray Hart 160 591 177 .299 23 96
LF Len Gabrielson 88 269 81 .301 4 26
CF Willie Mays 157 558 177 .317 52 112
RF Jesús Alou 143 543 162 .298 9 52

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Matty Alou 117 324 75 .231 2 18
Jim Davenport 106 271 68 .251 4 31
Cap Peterson 63 105 26 .248 3 15
José Pagán 26 83 17 .205 0 5
Ken Henderson 63 73 14 .192 0 7
Jack Hiatt 40 67 19 .284 1 7
Tito Fuentes 26 72 15 .208 0 1
Harvey Kuenn 23 59 14 .237 0 6
Dick Bertell 22 48 9 .188 0 3
Orlando Cepeda 33 34 6 .176 1 5
Ed Bailey 24 28 3 .107 0 3
Bob Burda 31 27 3 .111 0 5
Randy Hundley 6 15 1 .067 0 0
Bob Schroder 31 9 2 .222 0 1
Ollie Brown 6 10 2 .200 0 0
Bob Barton 4 7 4 .571 0 1
Chuck Hiller 7 7 1 .143 1 1

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Juan Marichal 39 295.1 22 13 2.13 240
Bob Shaw 42 235 16 9 2.64 148
Gaylord Perry 47 195.2 8 12 4.19 170
Jack Sanford 23 91 4 5 3.96 43
Warren Spahn 16 71.2 3 4 3.39 34

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Ron Herbel 47 170.2 12 9 3.85 106
Bobby Bolin 45 163 14 6 2.76 135
Bob Hendley 8 15 0 0 12.60 8
Dick Estelle 6 11.1 0 0 3.97 6
Bill Hands 4 6 0 2 16.50 5

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Frank Linzy 57 9 3 20 1.43 35
Masanori Murakami 45 4 1 8 3.75 85
Bill Henry 35 2 2 4 3.64 35
Bob Priddy 8 1 0 0 1.74 7
Jim Duffalo 2 0 1 0 27.00 0

Awards and honors

All-Stars

All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tacoma Giants Pacific Coast League Bill Werle
AA Springfield Giants Eastern League Andy Gilbert
A Fresno Giants California League Ed Fitz Gerald
A Decatur Commodores Midwest League Richie Klaus
A Lexington Giants Western Carolinas League Max Lanier
Rookie Magic Valley Cowboys Pioneer League Dick Wilson

[7]

Notes

References

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