It isn't difficult to pick out who doesn't belong in this foursome. It's Edgar Renteria. Rich Aurilia was and always will be a fan favorite, spending his most productive seasons in San Francisco where he spent 12 of his 15 major league seasons. In 2001, Aurilia led the Giants with 206 hits and hit a career high 37 home runs. He was a staple of the great Giants teams in the late 90's and early 00's, playing a huge role on the 2002 World Series team. Omar Vizquel was clearly at the tail end of his career when the Giants signed him prior to the 2005 season. However, unlike Renteria, Vizquel was still dominant in at least one phase of baseball.
Despite being nearly 38-years-old when the Giants signed him, Vizquel showed his worth defensively by winning two more gold gloves with the G ...
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