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Author Topic: the Giants wearing their cream home jerseys  (Read 209 times)


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the Giants wearing their cream home jerseys
« on: May 18, 2021, 05:40:43 am »

The Giants on Friday played their first home game with fans at Oracle Park since Sept. 29, 2019. There are plenty of changes around the ballpark, but the biggest change is on the back of Giants jerseys. To get more Giants LIMITED jersey with cheap price, you can visit giantsnfl.com official website.

Fans got their first look of the Giants wearing their cream home jerseys with last names on the back. The nameless jerseys were a homage to the Giants team that arrived in San Francisco in 1958 and were a favorite of many fans. It's no surprise the goal certainly is for fans to better recognize players, especially new faces and those coming up from the minor leagues. The Giants used an NL-record 64 players in 2019 and had 45 different players put on their jersey over 60 games in 2020.

Whether you're a fan of the change or not, you're going to have to get used to this new look. Last names on Giants home jerseys are here to stay.

 Wellington Mara said no Giants would again wear #14 after Ward Cuff retired. When Tittle was traded to the Giants in 1961, he requested and was given #14. The number is now retired in honor of both players.

*** At the press conference after the final game of the 1972 season, Joe Morrison announced he was retiring. When coach Alex Webster had his turn at the mic, he stated nobody would wear #40 for the Giants again. Wellington Mara was in the room and when he heard Webster say that he was surprised as it had never been discussed, but he decided he was OK with it.


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