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List of New York Giants Opening Day starting pitchers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell made six Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell made six Opening Day starts for the Giants.

The New York Giants were a Major League Baseball team that played in Manhattan, New York until moving to San Francisco in 1958. From 1883 until their move to San Francisco, they played their home games at the Polo Grounds. They played in the National League. The first game of the new baseball season for a team is played on Opening Day, and being named the Opening Day starter is an honor, which is often given to the player who is expected to lead the pitching staff that season,[1] though there are various strategic reasons why a team's best pitcher might not start on Opening Day.[2] The Giants used 33 different Opening Day starting pitchers in their 75 seasons they played in New York. The Giants won 39 of those games against 35 losses in those Opening Day starts. They also played one tie game.[3]

Carl Hubbell had the most Opening Day starts for the New York Giants with six between 1929 and 1942. Mickey Welch, Amos Rusie and Larry Jansen each had five Opening Day starts for the team. Christy Mathewson, Red Ames, Jeff Tesreau and Bill Voiselle all had four Opening Day starts apiece for the Giants. Ed Doheny and Johnny Antonelli each had three Opening Day starts for the New York Giants and Antonelli also had an Opening Day start for the San Francisco Giants in 1959, giving him a total of four Opening Day starts for the franchise. Antonelli is the only player to have an Opening Day start for both the New York and San Francisco Giants.[3]

Other pitchers who had multiple Opening Day starts for the New York Giants were Hal Schumacher with three such starts, and Joe McGinnity, Rube Marquard, Jesse Barnes, Art Nehf, Virgil Barnes, Bill Walker and Sal Maglie with two apiece.[3] Seven Hall of Fame pitchers made Opening Day starts for the New York Giants — Welch, Tim Keefe, Rusie, Mathewson, McGinnity, Marquard and Hubbell.

The New York Giants won the modern World Series five times, in 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933 and 1954. Their Opening Day starting pitchers in those years were Joe McGinnity in 1905, [Phil Douglas (baseball)|Phil Douglas]] in 1921, Art Nehf in 1922, Carl Hubbell in 1933 and Sal Maglie in 1954. In 1904, the Giants won the National League championship but no World Series was played. Christy Mathewson was the Giants' Opening Day starting pitcher that season.[3] The Giants also won the 19th century World Series twice, in 1888 and 1889. Cannonball Titcomb and Mickey Welch were the Giants Opening Day starting pitchers in 1888 and 1889, respectively.

Jesse and Virgil Barnes, who each made two Opening Day starts for the New York Giants, were brothers.[3][4][5]

Key

Hall of Famer Joe McGinnity was the Giants' Opening Day starting pitcher in 1905, when the team won its first modern World Series championship.
Hall of Famer Joe McGinnity was the Giants' Opening Day starting pitcher in 1905, when the team won its first modern World Series championship.
Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular Giants season.
W Win
L Loss
T Tie Game; no decision to starting pitcher
ND (W) No Decision by starting pitcher; Giants won game
ND (L) No Decision by starting pitcher; Giants lost game
(W) Giants won game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
(L) Giants lost game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
(#) Number of appearances as Opening Day starter
** NL Champions
# World Series Champions

Pitchers

Jesse Barnes was the Giants Opening Day starting pitcher in 1919 and 1920.
Jesse Barnes was the Giants Opening Day starting pitcher in 1919 and 1920.
Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson made four Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson made four Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Tim Keefe was the Giants Opening Day starting pitcher in 1887.
Hall of Famer Tim Keefe was the Giants Opening Day starting pitcher in 1887.
Hall of Famer Amos Rusie made five Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Amos Rusie made five Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Mickey Welch made five Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Hall of Famer Mickey Welch made five Opening Day starts for the Giants.
Year Pitcher Decision Opponent Location Reference
1883 Mickey Welch (W) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [6]
1884 Mickey Welch (2) (W) Chicago White Stockings Polo Grounds [7]
1885 Mickey Welch (3) (W) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [8]
1886 Mickey Welch (4) (W) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [9]
1887 Tim Keefe (W) Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [10]
1888# Cannonball Titcomb (W) Washington Nationals Swampoodle Grounds [10]
1889# Mickey Welch (5) (L) Boston Beaneaters Oakland Park, New Jersey [11][12]
1890 Amos Rusie (L) Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [13]
1891 Amos Rusie (2) (L) Boston Beaneaters South End Grounds [14]
1892 Amos Rusie (3) (W) Philadelphia Phillies Huntingdon Grounds [15]
1893 Silver King (L) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [16]
1894 Amos Rusie (4) (L) Baltimore Orioles Union Park [17]
1895 Amos Rusie (5) (L) Brooklyn Bridegrooms Polo Grounds [18]
1896 Dad Clarke (L) Washington Nationals Boundary Field [19]
1897 Ed Doheny (L) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [20]
1898 Ed Doheny (2) (L) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [21]
1899 Ed Doheny (3) (L) Baltimore Orioles Union Park [22]
1900 Bill Carrick (L) Brooklyn Superbas Polo Grounds [23]
1901 Dummy Taylor (L) Boston Braves South End Grounds [24]
1902 Christy Mathewson (W) Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [25]
1903 Christy Mathewson (2) (L) Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [26]
1904** Christy Mathewson (3) (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Washington Park [27]
1905# Joe McGinnity (W) Boston Beaneaters Polo Grounds [28]
1906 Red Ames (W) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [29]
1907 Joe McGinnity (2) (L) Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [30]
1908 Christy Mathewson (4) (W) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [31]
1909 Red Ames (2) (L) Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [32]
1910 Red Ames (3) (L) Boston Doves South End Grounds [33]
1911** Red Ames (4) L Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [3][34][35]
1912** Rube Marquard (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Washington Park [36]
1913** Jeff Tesreau (L) Boston Braves Polo Grounds [37]
1914 Rube Marquard (2) (L) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [38]
1915 Jeff Tesreau (2) (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [39]
1916 Jeff Tesreau (3) (W) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [40]
1917** Fred Anderson (W) Boston Braves Braves Field [41]
1918 Jeff Tesreau (4) ND (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [42][43]
1919 Jesse Barnes W Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [44][45]
1920 Jesse Barnes (2) L Boston Braves Polo Grounds [46][47]
1921# Phil Douglas ND (W) Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [3][48][49]
1922# Art Nehf L Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [3][50][51]
1923** Hugh McQuillan W Boston Braves Braves Field [52][53]
1924** Rosy Ryan L Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [54][55]
1925 Art Nehf (2) L Boston Braves Braves Field [56][57]
1926 Virgil Barnes L Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [58][59]
1927 Virgil Barnes (2) W Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [60][61]
1928 Larry Benton W Boston Braves Polo Grounds [62][63]
1929 Carl Hubbell W Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [64][65]
1930 Bill Walker W Boston Braves Polo Grounds [66][67]
1931 Freddie Fitzsimmons W Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [68][69]
1932 Bill Walker (2) L Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [70][71]
1933# Carl Hubbell (2) T Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [72][73]
1934 Carl Hubbell (3) W Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [74][75]
1935 Carl Hubbell (4) L Boston Braves Braves Field [76][77]
1936** Hal Schumacher ND (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [78][79]
1937** Hal Schumacher (2) W Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [80][81]
1938 Cliff Melton W Boston Bees Polo Grounds [82][83]
1939 Harry Gumbert W Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [84][85]
1940 Carl Hubbell (5) L Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [86][87]
1941 Hal Schumacher (3) ND (W) Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [88][89]
1942 Carl Hubbell (6) L Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [90][91]
1943 Bill Lohrman L Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [92][93]
1944 Bill Voiselle W Boston Braves Polo Grounds [94][95]
1945 Bill Voiselle (2) W Boston Braves Braves Field [96][97]
1946 Bill Voiselle (3) W Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [98][99]
1947 Bill Voiselle (4) L Philadelphia Phillies Shibe Park [100][101]
1948 Larry Jansen L Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [102][103]
1949 Larry Jansen (2) L Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [104][105]
1950 Larry Jansen (3) L Boston Braves Polo Grounds [106][107]
1951** Larry Jansen (4) W Boston Braves Braves Field [108][109]
1952 Sal Maglie W Philadelphia Phillies Polo Grounds [110][111]
1953 Larry Jansen (5) W Philadelphia Phillies Shibe Park [112][113]
1954# Sal Maglie (2) W Brooklyn Dodgers Polo Grounds [3][114][115]
1955 Johnny Antonelli L Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl [116][117]
1956 Johnny Antonelli (2) W Pittsburgh Pirates Polo Grounds [118][119]
1957 Johnny Antonelli (3) L Pittsburgh Pirates Forbes Field [120][121]

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