In 1944, Hubbell became the first National Leaguer to have his number retired by his team.
Terry, Ott and Hubbell played/managed their entire careers for the New York Giants. Mays began his career in New York, moving with the Giants to San Francisco in 1958; he did not play in 1953 due to his service in the Korean War.
John McGraw (3B, 1902â€“06; Manager, 1902â€“32) and Christy Mathewson (P, 1900â€“16), who were members of the New York Giants before the introduction of uniform numbers, have the letters “NY” displayed in place of a number.
Broadcasters Lon Simmons (1958â€“73, 1976â€“78, 1996â€“2002, 2006), Russ Hodges (1949â€“70), and Jon Miller (1997â€“current) are each represented by an old-style radio microphone displayed in place of a number.
The Giants present the Willie Mac Award annually to the player that best exemplifies the spirit and leadership shown by Willie McCovey throughout his career.
* Retired throughout the major leagues; Robinson actually was traded to the Giants, but retired before playing a game for them.