San Francisco Giants

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  • San Francisco Giants (1958–present)
  • The Jints, Los Gigantes, 巨大 爆撃機, The Gyros, The Orange and Black

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  • Bill Neukom, Managing General Partner
  • Sue Burns, died July 2009.[1] Former Senior General Partner (largest shareholder, estimated 35–40% share)

The San Francisco Giants are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team based in San Francisco, California playing in the National League West Division. They are the current World Series champions, having defeated the Texas Rangers in the 2010 World Series by four games to one. As one of the oldest baseball teams, the Giants have won the most games of any team in the history of American baseball, and any North American professional sports team.[2] They have won 21 National League pennants and appeared in 18 World Series competitions, winning six - both tied with rival Los Angeles Dodgers for most in the league. The Giants have been invited to the World Series an NL record 19 times, but boycotted the event in 1904.

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