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Jim Davenport
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Baseball Player
    He made only one All-Star selection.
    He played in the 1962 World Series as the Giants lost to the Yankees in 7 games, batting for an average of .136.
    He was used as a back-up player in the final stages of his playing career.
    His managing career was uneventful.
    He was the first University of Southern Mississippi alumnus to play for the Giants.
    He was the first San Francisco Giants player to lead the NL in sacrifice hits (57) (1958).
    During the 1962 season, he recorded career highs in batting average (.297) and home runs (14).
    Bill Rigney referred to him as one of the best third basemen he had ever seen.
    Giants fans voted him into the Giants' 25th Anniversary Dream Team (1982).

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