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New York Giants

All Time Right Fielder

Mel Ott

Mel Ott

1926 - 1947

2734 games, 511 home runs, .304 batting average

The first NL player to hit 500 home runs, this 11-time All-Star is the Giants' all-time leader with 1,860 RBI, and ranks behind only Willie Mays in games (2,730), at-bats (9,456), runs (1,859), hits (2,876), doubles (488), home runs (511), total bases (5,041) and extra base hits (1,071).

Manager John McGraw
First Baseman Willie McCovey
Second Baseman Jeff Kent
Third Baseman Matt Williams
Shortstop Rich Aurilia
Left Fielder Barry Bonds
Center Fielder Willie Mays
Right Fielder Mel Ott
Catcher Roger Bresnahan
RH Pitcher Christy Mathewson
LH Pitcher Carl Hubbell
Closer Rube Marquard

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