Brian Giles baseball cards

Think about some of the great players who have worn the uniform of the Pittsburgh Pirates and names such as Roberto Clemente, Honus Wagner, Pie Traynor, Willie Stargell and Ralph Kiner come to mind. Bet you didn't know that Brian is the only player in club history to hit .300, with 30 home runs and 100 RBIs, in consecutive seasons. In 2000, he hit .315 for the second year in a row, while leading the club in doubles (37), triples (7), home runs (35), RBIs (123) and walks (114). Brian ranked second in the National League in walks, fourth with a .432 on-base percentage and ninth in both extra-base hits (79) and total bases (332). He also tied for fifth in RBIs and tied for sixth with 13 intentional walks.

Able to play any outfield position, Brian is a disciplined hitter with a good, quick stroke. Patient at the plate, he'll hit the ball where it's pitched and he has good power to all fields. Brian emerged as a star in 1999 when he led the Pirates in batting (.315), runs scored (109), home runs (39) and RBIs (115). He ranked fifth in the NL with a .614 slugging percentage and eighth with a .418 on-base percentage. Brian spent parts of four seasons with the Cleveland Indians before being traded to Pittsburgh after the 1998 campaign.



2009 Topps Allen and Ginter Brian Giles Baseball Card
2009 Topps Allen and Ginter Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2009 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card
2009 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2008 Topps Opening Day Gold Brian Giles Baseball Card
2008 Topps Opening Day Gold Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2008 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card
2008 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2007 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card
2007 Topps Heritage Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2004 SP Authentic Brian Giles Baseball Card
2004 SP Authentic Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2003 Topps 205 Mini Sovereign Green Back Brian Giles Baseball Card
2003 Topps 205 Mini Sovereign Green Back Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2003 SP Authentic Brian Giles Baseball Card
2003 SP Authentic Brian Giles Baseball Card

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2000 Topps Limited Brian Giles Baseball Card
2000 Topps Limited Brian Giles Baseball Card

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