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1971 San Francisco Giants season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1971 San Francisco Giants
1971 National League West Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)Horace Stoneham
General manager(s)Jerry Donovan
Manager(s)Charlie Fox
Local televisionKTVU
(Russ Hodges, Lon Simmons, Bill Thompson)
Local radioKSFO
(Russ Hodges, Lon Simmons, Bill Thompson)
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The 1971 San Francisco Giants season was the Giants' 89th year in Major League Baseball, their 14th year in San Francisco since their move from New York following the 1957 season, and their 12th at Candlestick Park. The team finished in first place in the National League West with a 90–72 record. The Giants faced the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1971 National League Championship Series, losing three games to one.

Offseason

Regular season

The Giants play at Candlestick Park, July 1971, with upper deck expansion in progress.
The Giants play at Candlestick Park, July 1971, with upper deck expansion in progress.
  • The Giants battled their arch rival, the Los Angeles Dodgers, throughout the season for the NL West Division lead. The Giants led by 8.5 games on September 1. In mid September the Dodgers won 8 in a row, including 5 over the Giants to narrow the gap to one game. On the final day of the season, rookie Dave Kingman homered, leading the Giants to a win over the San Diego Padres to take the division crown, allowing Juan Marichal, Willie Mays, and Willie McCovey to play in the post season for the last time together.
  • September 5, 1971: In a game against the Giants, J. R. Richard of the Houston Astros struck out 15 batters in his very first game, tying a Major League record first set by Karl Spooner.[2]

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
San Francisco Giants 90 72 0.556 51–30 39–42
Los Angeles Dodgers 89 73 0.549 1 42–39 47–34
Atlanta Braves 82 80 0.506 8 43–39 39–41
Cincinnati Reds 79 83 0.488 11 46–35 33–48
Houston Astros 79 83 0.488 11 39–42 40–41
San Diego Padres 61 100 0.379 28½ 33–48 28–52

Record vs. opponents


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


Opening Day lineup

Notable transactions

Game log and schedule

Legend
  Giants win
  Giants loss
  Postponement
Bold Giants team member
1971 Game Log (90–72) (Home: 51–30; Road: 39–42)
April (18–5) (Home: 8–2; Road: 10–3)
May (19–9) (Home: 13–4; Road: 6–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
24 May 1 @ Reds Riverfront Stadium
25 May 2 @ Reds Riverfront Stadium
26 May 4 Pirates Candlestick Park
27 May 5 Pirates Candlestick Park
28 May 7 Braves Candlestick Park
29 May 7 Braves Candlestick Park
30 May 9 Braves Candlestick Park
31 May 9 Braves Candlestick Park
32 May 10 Reds Candlestick Park
33 May 11 Reds Candlestick Park
34 May 12 Reds Candlestick Park
35 May 14 Dodgers Candlestick Park
36 May 15 Dodgers Candlestick Park
37 May 16 Dodgers Candlestick Park
38 May 18 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
39 May 19 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
40 May 20 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
41 May 21 @ Astros Astrodome
42 May 22 @ Astros Astrodome
43 May 23 @ Astros Astrodome
44 May 25 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
45 May 26 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
46 May 27 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
47 May 28 Expos Candlestick Park
48 May 29 Expos Candlestick Park
49 May 30 Expos Candlestick Park
50 May 30 Expos Candlestick Park
51 May 31 Mets Candlestick Park
June (13–15) (Home: 8–5; Road: 5–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
52 June 1 Mets Candlestick Park
53 June 2 Mets Candlestick Park
54 June 4 Phillies Candlestick Park
55 June 5 Phillies Candlestick Park
56 June 6 Phillies Candlestick Park
57 June 6 Phillies Candlestick Park
58 June 8 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
59 June 9 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
60 June 10 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
61 June 11 @ Mets Shea Stadium
62 June 12 @ Mets Shea Stadium
63 June 13 @ Mets Shea Stadium
64 June 14 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
65 June 15 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
66 June 16 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
67 June 18 Padres Candlestick Park
68 June 18 Padres Candlestick Park
69 June 19 Padres Candlestick Park
70 June 20 Padres Candlestick Park
71 June 20 Padres Candlestick Park
72 June 22 Cubs Candlestick Park
73 June 23 Cubs Candlestick Park
74 June 25 @ Astros Astrodome
75 June 26 @ Astros Astrodome
76 June 27 @ Astros Astrodome
77 June 28 @ Padres San Diego Stadium
78 June 29 @ Padres San Diego Stadium
79 June 30 @ Padres San Diego Stadium
July (15–14) (Home: 8–9; Road: 7–5)
August (14–13) (Home: 9–3; Road: 5–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
109 August 1 Pirates Candlestick Park
110 August 1 Pirates Candlestick Park
111 August 2 Dodgers Candlestick Park
112 August 3 Dodgers Candlestick Park
113 August 4 @ Cardinals Busch Memorial Stadium
114 August 5 @ Cardinals Busch Memorial Stadium
115 August 6 @ Cardinals Busch Memorial Stadium
116 August 7 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
117 August 8 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
118 August 8 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
119 August 10 Expos Candlestick Park
120 August 11 Expos Candlestick Park
121 August 13 Mets Candlestick Park
122 August 14 Mets Candlestick Park
123 August 15 Mets Candlestick Park
124 August 17 Phillies Candlestick Park
125 August 18 Phillies Candlestick Park
126 August 20 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
127 August 21 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
128 August 22 @ Expos Jarry Park Stadium
129 August 23 @ Mets Shea Stadium
130 August 24 @ Mets Shea Stadium
131 August 25 @ Mets Shea Stadium
132 August 28 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
133 August 28 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
134 August 29 @ Phillies Veterans Stadium
135 August 31 Braves Candlestick Park
September (11–16) (Home: 5–7; Road: 6–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
136 September 1 Braves Candlestick Park
137 September 3 Astros Candlestick Park
138 September 4 Astros Candlestick Park
139 September 5 Astros Candlestick Park
140 September 5 Astros Candlestick Park
141 September 6 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
142 September 7 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
143 September 8 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
144 September 10 @ Braves Atlanta Stadium
145 September 11 @ Braves Atlanta Stadium
146 September 12 @ Braves Atlanta Stadium
147 September 13 Dodgers Candlestick Park
148 September 14 Dodgers Candlestick Park
149 September 15 Reds Candlestick Park
150 September 16 Reds Candlestick Park
151 September 17 Padres Candlestick Park
152 September 18 Padres Candlestick Park
153 September 19 Padres Candlestick Park
154 September 21 @ Astros Astrodome
155 September 22 @ Astros Astrodome
156 September 23 @ Astros Astrodome
157 September 24 @ Reds Riverfront Stadium
158 September 25 @ Reds Riverfront Stadium
159 September 26 @ Reds Riverfront Stadium
160 September 28 @ Padres San Diego Stadium
161 September 29 @ Padres San Diego Stadium
162 September 30 @ Padres San Diego Stadium

Postseason

1971 Postseason Game Log
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 NLCS October 2 Pirates 5–4 Perry (1–0) Blass (0–1) Candlestick Park 40,977 1–0 W1
2 NLCS October 3 Pirates 4–9 Ellis (1–0) Cumberland (0–1) Candlestick Park 42,562 1–1 L1
3 NLCS October 5 @ Pirates 1–2 Johnson (1–0) Marichal (0–1) Giusti (1) Three Rivers Stadium 38,222 1–2 L2
4 NLCS October 6 @ Pirates 5–9 Kison (1–0) Perry (1–1) Three Rivers Stadium 35,487 1–3 L3

Roster

1971 San Francisco Giants
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player stats

= Indicates team leader

Batting

Starters by position

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

Pos Player G AB R H Avg. HR RBI SB
C Dick Dietz 142 453 58 114 .252 19 72 1
1B Willie McCovey 105 329 45 91 .277 18 70 0
2B Tito Fuentes 152 630 63 172 .273 4 52 12
3B Al Gallagher 136 429 47 119 .277 5 57 2
SS Chris Speier 157 601 74 141 .235 8 46 4
LF Ken Henderson 141 504 80 133 .264 15 65 18
CF Willie Mays 136 417 82 113 .271 18 61 23
RF Bobby Bonds 155 619 110 178 .288 33 102 26

[7]

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
Jimmy Rosario 92 192 43 .224 0 13
Hal Lanier 109 206 48 .233 1 13
Dave Kingman 41 115 32 .278 6 24
George Foster 36 105 28 .267 3 8
Fran Healy 47 93 26 .280 2 11
Bernie Williams 35 73 13 .178 1 5
Russ Gibson 25 57 11 .193 1 7
Frank Johnson 32 49 4 .082 0 5
Ed Goodson 20 42 8 .190 0 1
Jim Ray Hart 31 39 10 .256 2 5
Frank Duffy 21 28 5 .179 0 2
Floyd Wicker 9 21 3 .143 0 1
Chris Arnold 6 13 3 .231 1 3
Jim Howarth 7 13 3 .231 0 2
Bob Heise 13 11 0 .000 0 0
Dave Rader 3 4 0 .000 0 0

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
Gaylord Perry 37 280 16 12 2.76 158
Juan Marichal 37 279 18 11 2.94 159
Ron Bryant 27 140 7 10 3.79 79
Steve Stone 24 110.2 5 9 4.16 63

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
John Cumberland 45 185 9 6 2.92 65
Don Carrithers 22 80.1 5 3 4.03 41
Rich Robertson 23 61 2 2 4.57 32
Frank Reberger 13 43.2 3 0 3.92 21
Jim Willoughby 2 4 0 1 9.00 3

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
Jerry Johnson 67 12 9 18 2.97 85
Don McMahon 61 10 6 4 4.06 71
Steve Hamilton 39 2 2 4 3.02 38
Jim Barr 17 1 1 0 3.57 16

National League Championship Series

The Pittsburgh Pirates win the series, 3–1, over the Giants.

Game Score Date Location Attendance
1 Pittsburgh – 4, San Francisco – 5 October 2 Candlestick Park 40,977
2 Pittsburgh – 9, San Francisco – 4 October 3 Candlestick Park 42,562
3 San Francisco – 1, Pittsburgh – 2 October 5 Three Rivers Stadium 38,322
4 San Francisco – 5, Pittsburgh – 9 October 6 Three Rivers Stadium 35,487

Award winners

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League Jim Davenport
AA Amarillo Giants Texas League Andy Gilbert
A Fresno Giants California League Dennis Sommers
A Decatur Commodores Midwest League Frank Funk
Rookie Great Falls Giants Pioneer League Dick Wilson

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Great Falls[8]

References

  1. ^ Ron Hunt at Baseball-Reference
  2. ^ Seidel, Jeff (June 9, 2010). "K street: Strasburg racks up the strikeouts". MLB.com. Retrieved June 13, 2010.
  3. ^ George Foster at Baseball-Reference
  4. ^ Floyd Wicker at Baseball-Reference
  5. ^ Frank Riccelli at Baseball-Reference
  6. ^ Willie Prall at Baseball-Reference
  7. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/SFG/1971.shtml[bare URL]
  8. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007

External links

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