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Travis "Stonewall" Jackson

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The 19-year-old Jackson, who played in 96 games for the Giants in 1923, got only one at-bat in the World Series against the crosstown Yankees, pinch-hitting in Game 2. But he became the Giants' starting shortstop the following season. Overall, Jackson hit .291 in 15 seasons, all with the Giants, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee in 1982.