Here's a look back to figure out who the franchise players would have been over the last century or so.
If you remove steals from the equation, there just isn't much aggression on the bases anymore.
Take intentional walks out of the equation and it's likely Barry Bonds would be No. 2 on the home run list.
No player has impacted the game quite like Barry Bonds, whose list of milestones keeps growing and growing.
Barry Bonds' quest to pass Willie Mays is significant, but why all the hoopla over moving up to No. 3?
Charles Einstein, author of the republished book "Willie's Time", tells of his knowledge of Willie Mays, among other things.
With six MVP awards, Barry Bonds might be the best that has ever played. Only time will tell for sure.
The San Francisco Giants and second-year Los Angeles Angels both reached the high points in their franchise histories in 1962.
Rob goes into his archives for one of his classic columns.
THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Dipping into the mail pouch for some reaction to yesterday's column about the home runs that Willie Mays hit, and didn't hit ... Hey, Rob -- Good column today. Are there any home run hitters out there the truly were hurt by th...