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Hunter Pence
Hunter Andrew Pence (born April 13, 1983) is a Major League Baseball right fielder for the San Francisco Giants. He previously played for the Houston

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Hunter Pence Pence with the San Francisco Giants in 2015 San Francisco Giants – No. 8 Right fielder Born: (1983-04-13) April 13, 1983 (age 34)
Fort Worth, Texas Bats: Right Throws: Right MLB debut April 28, 2007, for the Houston Astros MLB statistics
(through July 4, 2017) Batting average .283 Hits 1,581 Home runs 213 Runs batted in 817 Stolen bases 107 Teams
  • Houston Astros (2007–2011)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (2011–2012)
  • San Francisco Giants (2012–present)
Career highlights and awards
  • 2× World Series champion (2012, 2014)
  • 3× All-Star (2009, 2011, 2014)
  • Willie Mac Award (2013)
  • Darryl Kile Award (2008)

Hunter Andrew Pence (born April 13, 1983) is a Major League Baseball right fielder for the San Francisco Giants. He previously played for the Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies. Pence stands 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall and weighs 220 pounds (100 kg). He bats and throws right-handed. He was a member of the 2012 World Series and 2014 World Series championship teams with the San Francisco Giants.

Contents
  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Professional career
    • 2.1 Drafts and minor leagues
    • 2.2 Houston Astros (2007-2011)
      • 2.2.1 2007
      • 2.2.2 2008–11
    • 2.3 Philadelphia Phillies (2011-2012)
      • 2.3.1 2011
    • 2.4 San Francisco Giants (2012-present)
      • 2.4.1 2012
      • 2.4.2 2013
      • 2.4.3 2014
      • 2.4.4 2015
      • 2.4.5 2016
      • 2.4.6 2017
  • 3 Hunter Pence Signs
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 Awards
  • 6 References
  • 7 Further reading
  • 8 External links

Early life

Pence attended Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas. After playing outfield his first three years, he moved to shortstop his senior year. He attended Texarkana College for a year and was a designated hitter on the baseball team. He transferred to the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) where he returned to the outfield. He hit .347 as a sophomore in 2003 and was named a first-team all-conference outfielder. Despite missing 15 of UTA's 30 Southland Conference games the following year due to an injury at mid-season, he was still named the 2004 Southland Conference player of the year, leading the league with a .395 batting average. Pence still holds the conference record for doubles in a single series, with 5.

Professional career Drafts and minor leagues

Pence was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 40th round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign. In the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft he was drafted in the second round (64th pick overall) by the Houston Astros out of the University of Texas at Arlington. He played the 2004 season with the single A Tri-City ValleyCats in Troy, New York. During that year, Pence, along with current major leaguer Ben Zobrist helped lead the 'Cats to a 50 win season in the New York–Penn League, the second-most in ValleyCats history. That year, the 'Cats defeated the Brooklyn Cyclones in the first round, but lost to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers in the league championship.

In 2006 with the AA Corpus Christi Hooks, Pence batted .283 and hit 28 home runs, with 95 RBIs. He had 17 stolen bases, while being caught stealing only 4 times. In 2006, he was one of three outfielders named to the Baseball America Minor League All-Star Team. Pence began the 2007 season as the AAA Round Rock Express' center fielder, though he made a serious run to make the big league club out of spring training.

Pence at-bat in 2008 Houston Astros (2007-2011) 2007

Pence made his major league debut as the Houston Astros center fielder on April 28, 2007, versus the Milwaukee Brewers and got his first major league hit and scored his first run. Pence's first home run in the majors was a grand slam, against the St. Louis Cardinals on May 5. Pence hit a dramatic walk-off home run against José Mesa of the Philadelphia Phillies in the bottom of the 13th inning at Minute Maid Park on July 3 in a 5–4 win. It was Mesa's only pitch of the game. Pence was named National League co-Player of the Week for May 14–20, after recording a 1.091 slugging percentage and .625 on-base percentage with 2 home runs and 5 RBIs.

On July 23, general manager Tim Purpura announced that Pence would be out with a small chipped bone fracture in his right wrist. On August 21, Pence was activated from the disabled list. At that point, despite having missed a month he was 4th among NL rookies in at bats. Pence led NL rookies in triples (9), and was 2nd to Ryan Braun in batting average (.322), on-base percentage (.360), slugging percentage (.539), and OPS (.899).

Pence was a unanimous selection to the 2007 Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team. The selection was the result of the 49th annual Topps balloting of Major League managers. Pence (15 points) came in third, and lost out to Braun (128 points) in the vote for the 2007 NL Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award by 488 major league players and 30 managers. He also lost out to Braun in the competition for the 2007 Baseball America Rookie of the Year Award, in the vote for the 2007 Players Choice NL Most Outstanding Rookie by their fellow major league players, and in the Baseball Prospectus 2007 Internet Baseball NL Rookie of the Year Award, with 16 first place votes, versus 666 for Braun.

Pence on April 3, 2010 2008–11

After Michael Bourn was traded from the Philadelphia Phillies to the Astros before the 2008 season, Pence moved to right field while Bourn took over in center. In his sophomore season, Pence set new personal single-season records in home runs (25), runs batted in (83), doubles (25), hits (160), and at bats (595). However, his batting average dipped to .269, his on-base percentage fell to .318, and his slugging percentage also fell to .466. Pence led the league in outfield assists with 16, committed 1 error, and had a fielding percentage of .997.

In his third season (2009), Pence was named an All-Star for the first time.

In his fourth season (2010), Pence batted .282 with 25 home runs, drove in 91 RBIS and played 156 games. For the week of August 30–September 5, 2010, Pence was named National League Player of the Week for the second time in his career after batting .500 (11-for-22) and slugging .909 with two home runs.

Pence was named a 2011 All-Star as a reserve, the second time he made the All-Star team. He was brought into the middle of the game, threw out José Bautista from the outfield, and scored the National League's 5th run of the game. At the All-Star break, Pence was batting .321 with 10 home runs and 59 RBIs.

Philadelphia Phillies (2011-2012) 2011 Pence on June 8, 2012

On July 29, 2011, the Houston Astros traded Pence to the Philadelphia Phillies for four minor-league players: first baseman Jonathan Singleton, right-handers Jarred Cosart and Josh Zeid, and a player to be named later, determined to be outfielder Domingo Santana. On August 4, Pence hit his first home run as a Phillie, against Madison Bumgarner.

Pence finished fourth in the NL in batting average (.314; behind Jose Reyes, Ryan Braun, and Matt Kemp) and eighth in RBI, with 97. Pence made the playoffs for the first time in his career; however, the Phillies lost the 2011 National League Division Series to the eventual World Series-champion St. Louis Cardinals in 5 games.

San Francisco Giants (2012-present) 2012

On July 31, 2012, the Phillies sent Pence in a deadline deal to the San Francisco Giants. In return, the Phillies received Nate Schierholtz, Tommy Joseph, and Seth Rosin. On August 12, Pence hit his first home run as a Giant off Rockies' relief pitcher Rafael Betancourt. On August 21, despite Pence no longer being on the team, the Phillies went ahead with a previously-planned Hunter Pence bobblehead promotion.

Before Game 3 of the 2012 NLDS, with the Giants down 2–0 and facing elimination against the Cincinnati Reds, Pence gave his teammates a passionate pregame speech in the dugout shortly before the first pitch. The Giants ended up beating the Reds in 3 straight games to advance to the NLCS. His inspirational speeches have been credited by his teammates as helping them rally together during the Giants' postseason and to eventually win the 2012 World Series. His speeches have also become the source of good-natured ribbing between Giants teammates.

2013

On July 13, 2013, Pence had a five-RBI game in a 9–0 Giants win over the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. With two outs in the bottom of the 8th inning, Pence robbed Jedd Gyorko of a hit by making a diving catch to preserve Tim Lincecum's no-hitter. On August 27, 2013, Hunter Pence hit what at the time was the longest home run of the season to date. The ball hit a wall above the left field bleacher seats at Coors Field. According to ESPN Tracking, the ball traveled an estimated 476 feet.

Pence was named NL Player of the Month for September, hitting .293 with a .393 on-base percentage and 11 home runs and 32 RBIs. On September 10, Pence hit his 20th home run in the 1st inning and became the 7th San Francisco Giants player to hit 20 home runs and steal 20 bases in the same season and the first since Barry Bonds in 1998. (Bobby Bonds, Willie Mays, Jeffrey Leonard, Orlando Cepeda and Glenallen Hill are the others.) On September 14, Pence lifted his first career Giants grand slam over the center-field wall at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles off of Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Stephen Fife and drove in a career-high 7 RBIs, helping propel the Giants to a historic 19–3 rout of their longtime rival the Dodgers. With the help of Brandon Belt's first career five-hit game, they scored the most runs in the history of Dodger Stadium. On September 16, Pence was named National League Player of the Week for the third time in his career, after hitting .448 with 6 home runs and 19 RBI.

On September 27, Pence won the Willie Mac Award. The next day, Pence agreed to a 5-year, $90 million contract extension with the Giants through the 2018 season. Pence started all 162 games during the 2013 season, becoming the first Giants player to do so since Alvin Dark in 1954, when the season was 154 games long.

2014

On July 6, Pence was elected to his third All-Star Game. On the second-to-last game of the season, Pence was held out of the starting lineup, ending his streak of consecutive starts at 331. Pence pinch-hit in the seventh inning to continue his games-played streak.

On October 7, in Game 4 of the 2014 NLDS against the favored Washington Nationals, Pence made a leaping catch against the right field wall in the 6th inning to deny Jayson Werth an extra-base hit. This dramatic play held the Giants' 2–1 lead, helping the Giants to secure an eventual 3–2 victory.

In Game 4 of the 2014 World Series, Pence went 3–5 with a double, scored two runs, had three RBIs including one by beating out a double play in the first leading to a run, scored on a fly caught by Jarrod Dyson in shallow center field, and made a nice sliding catch of a bloop hit by Lorenzo Cain in the ninth.

His performance helped lead the Giants to their 3rd World Series title in 5 years, as San Francisco went on to beat the Royals 3–2 in Game 7. Pence finished the series batting .444 with 5 RBIs and 7 runs scored. He had 12 hits in the series and, along with teammate Brandon Belt, had at least one hit in every game of the 7 game series. Pence's performance drew some media comparisons to Barry Bonds, in terms of unusual statistical production.

2015

On March 5, 2015, Pence suffered a fractured left forearm after being hit by a pitch during a spring training game against the Chicago Cubs. He started the regular season on the disabled list, ending his league-leading iron man streak of consecutive games played at 383. Pence started a rehab assignment with the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats on May 8 and was activated from the disabled list on May 16. Pence batted .282 with two home runs and 13 RBIs in 18 games before returning to the disabled list on June 11 with left wrist tendinitis.

Pence was re-activated on July 7 and drove in two runs and started a double play after making a diving catch in a 3–0 victory over the New York Mets. On July 10, Pence hit an opposite-field grand slam off former teammate Cole Hamels, part of a 15–2 rout of the Philadelphia Phillies. Pence returned to the disabled list on August 20 with a left oblique strain and missed the rest of the season.

2016

Pence was named National League Player of the Week for the fourth time in his career after batting .421 (8-for-19) with 2 home runs and 10 RBIs during April 25–May 1, 2016. On May 14, Pence hit his 200th career home run in a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

On June 1, Pence suffered a torn hamstring tendon of the right leg while running to first base and was expected to miss at least eight weeks.

2017

On May 15, Pence was placed on the 10-day disabled list due to a troubling left hamstring.

Hunter Pence Signs

Opposing fans hold whimsical signs making reference to Pence. Apparently, this trend started in 2014 with a photo his girlfriend posted of Pence in a NY diner holding a sign "These pretzels are making me thirsty." Pence was in NY because the Giants had a series against the New York Mets. During that series, Mets fans held up signs saying things such as "Hunter Pence Puts Ketchup on His Hot Dog" and "Hunter Pence Eats Pizza With a Fork" (two typical NYC taboos). Since then, the "Hunter Pence Sign" phenomenon has taken off. Kansas City Royals fans held up signs saying "Hunter Pence Picks the Hamburger in the Hot Dog Race" (one of Pence's favorites), "Hunter Pence Thinks Kansas City's in Kansas" and "Hunter Pence wears socks with sandals." Other signs have included "Hunter Pence Likes Godfather 3," "Hunter Pence can't parallel park," "Hunter Pence brings 13 items to the express lane," "Hunter Pence hates bacon," "Hunter Pence lives in a van down by the river," and "Hunter Pence still has a Blockbuster card."

Personal life

During the 2013 season, Pence kept to a strict Paleolithic diet. There have been conflicting reports since about his retention of this diet.

Also in 2013 he was diagnosed with Scheuermann's disease, a spinal disorder that usually develops in adolescence. It was not discovered in Pence until his physical before signing a five-year $90 million contract with the San Francisco Giants in September.

On December 3, 2015, Pence announced his engagement to Alexis Cozombolidis, to whom he proposed at Walt Disney World. They married on November 26, 2016.

Pence appeared as himself in an episode of the television sitcom Fuller House in 2016. Pence appeared as a guest on an episode of Bill Nye Saves the World in 2017.

Pence is the San Francisco host for Big League Impact, an eight-city fantasy football network created and led by longtime St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright. In 2015, the organization raised more than $1 million total for various charitable organizations.

Awards
  • 2003 – Summer League First-Team All-American DH
  • 2003 – Southland Conference All-Star OF
  • 2004 – Southland Conference Player of the Year
  • 2004 – Southland Conference All-Star OF
  • 2004 – Southland Conference Hitter of the Year
  • 2005 – Low A All-Star OF
  • 2005 – Houston Astros Minor League Player of the Year
  • 2005 – South Atlantic League All-Star OF
  • 2005 – South Atlantic League Most Outstanding Prospect
  • 2006 – Future Games selection
  • 2006 – Baseball America Minor League All-Star
  • 2006 – Arizona Fall League All-Prospect Team
  • 2007 – National League Player of the Week (May 14–20, 2007), along with José Valverde of the Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2007 – National League Rookie of the Month- for the month of May.
  • 2009 – National League All-Star
  • 2010 – National League Player of the Week (August 29–September 5, 2010)
  • 2011 – National League All-Star
  • 2012 – World Series Champion
  • 2013 – National League Player of the Week (September 9–15, 2013)
  • 2013 – National League Player of the Month (September)
  • 2013 – Willie Mac Award
  • 2014 – National League All-Star
  • 2014 – World Series Champion
  • 2016 – National League Player of the Week (April 25–May 1, 2016)
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Further reading
  • Vitez, Michael (August 29, 2011). "Baseball and socks appeal". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved September 2, 2011. He cuffs his pants higher than almost any player, at the knee, the way it was done a century ago. 
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San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series Champions
5 Ryan Theriot
7 Gregor Blanco
8 Hunter Pence
9 Brandon Belt
12 Xavier Nady
13 Joaquín Árias
16 Ángel Pagán
17 Aubrey Huff
18 Matt Cain
19 Marco Scutaro (NLCS MVP)
28 Buster Posey (NL MVP)
29 Héctor Sánchez
32 Ryan Vogelsong
35 Brandon Crawford
40 Madison Bumgarner
41 Jeremy Affeldt
46 Santiago Casilla
48 Pablo Sandoval (World Series MVP)
49 Javier López
50 José Mijares
54 Sergio Romo
55 Tim Lincecum
59 Guillermo Mota
70 George Kontos
75 Barry Zito
Manager 15 Bruce Bochy
Bench Coach 23 Ron Wotus
First Base Coach 39 Roberto Kelly
Third Base Coach 1 Tim Flannery
Pitching Coach 33 Dave Righetti
Hitting Coach 31 Hensley Meulens
Bullpen Coach 26 Mark Gardner
Bullpen Catcher 58 Bill Hayes
Regular season
National League Division Series
National League Championship Series
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San Francisco Giants 2014 World Series champions
2 Juan Pérez
7 Gregor Blanco
8 Hunter Pence
9 Brandon Belt
12 Joe Panik
13 Joaquín Árias
17 Tim Hudson
18 Matt Cain
22 Jake Peavy
28 Buster Posey
32 Ryan Vogelsong
34 Andrew Susac
35 Brandon Crawford
38 Michael Morse
40 Madison Bumgarner (NLCS and World Series MVP)
41 Jeremy Affeldt
45 Travis Ishikawa
46 Santiago Casilla
48 Pablo Sandoval
49 Javier López
50 Matt Duffy
52 Yusmeiro Petit
54 Sergio Romo
55 Tim Lincecum
60 Hunter Strickland
63 Jean Machi
Manager 15 Bruce Bochy
Bench Coach 23 Ron Wotus
First Base Coach 39 Roberto Kelly
Third Base Coach 1 Tim Flannery
Pitching Coach 33 Dave Righetti
Hitting Coach 31 Hensley Meulens
Assistant Hitting Coach 5 Joe Lefebvre
Bullpen Coach 26 Mark Gardner
Bullpen Catcher 58 Bill Hayes
Regular season
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San Francisco Giants current roster Active roster
  • 1 Jae-gyun Hwang
  • 2 Denard Span
  • 5 Nick Hundley
  • 8 Hunter Pence
  • 9 Brandon Belt
  • 10 Eduardo Núñez
  • 12 Joe Panik
  • 18 Matt Cain
  • 21 Conor Gillaspie
  • 28 Buster Posey
  • 29 Jeff Samardzija
  • 35 Brandon Crawford
  • 37 Kelby Tomlinson
  • 40 Madison Bumgarner
  • 45 Matt Moore
  • 48 Steven Okert
  • 49 Sam Dyson
  • 50 Ty Blach
  • 52 Miguel Gómez
  • 59 Kyle Crick
  • 60 Hunter Strickland
  • 61 Josh Osich
  • 62 Cory Gearrin
  • 66 Gorkys Hernández
  • 70 George Kontos
Inactive roster
  • 14 Trevor Brown
  • 22 Christian Arroyo
  • 34 Chris Stratton
  • 46 Orlando Calixte
  • 51 Mac Williamson
  • 52 Reyes Moronta
  • 56 Albert Suárez
  • 57 Dan Slania
  • 63 Ryder Jones
  • 64 Derek Law
  • 86 Chase Johnson
Disabled list
  • 6 Jarrett Parker
  • 13 Will Smith
  • 38 Michael Morse
  • 41 Mark Melancon
  • 47 Johnny Cueto
  • 53 Austin Slater
Restricted list
  • 67 Joan Gregorio
Coaching Staff
  • Manager 15 Bruce Bochy
  • Bench 23 Ron Wotus
  • First base 17 José Alguacil
  • Third base 16 Phil Nevin
  • Hitting 31 Hensley Meulens
  • Assistant hitting 33 Steve Decker
  • Pitching 19 Dave Righetti
  • Bullpen 26 Mark Gardner
  • Bullpen catcher 88 Eli Whiteside
  • Bullpen catcher 99 Taira Uematsu
  • Special assistant -- Chad Chop
  • Special assistant -- Shawon Dunston


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Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Player T-Shirt Black (Youth Small 8)
Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Player T-Shirt Black (Youth Small 8)
Represent your favorite team and player with this player name & number t-shirt by Majestic!

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$22.00



500 LEVEL San Francisco Baseball Youth Shirt - Kids X-Small (4-5Y) Tri Gray - Hunter Pence Scream K
500 LEVEL San Francisco Baseball Youth Shirt - Kids X-Small (4-5Y) Tri Gray - Hunter Pence Scream K
A legend amongst San Francisco Giants fans, Hunter Pence epitomized the culture of San Francisco by leaving everything he had on the diamond everytime he played! This Hunter Pence Youth Shirt is a great addition to any young kids's wardrobe who's a Hunter Pence and San Francisco Baseball fan!About: Digitally printed onto a classic, soft Youth Shirt; a great shirt for active boys & girls of all toddler and youth ages and the perfect back-to-school shirt! The art is bold, but the shirt has the softness similar to vintage P.E. t-shirts, making it undoubtedly the first shirt out of your child's clothing drawer. With a 1x1 bound crew collar, the Tri Colors are constructed of 50% Poly/25% Cotton/25% Rayon and Heather colors are 60% Cotton/40% Poly. Fit: Unisex sizing - Fabric is laundered for reduced shrinkage Care: Wash inside-out with cold water, tumble dry lowWhy Buy a 500 LEVEL Youth Shirt?At 500 LEVEL, we love everything about sports: the tailgating, our favorite teams, players, the huge upsets, and the epic moments that make you immediately call your family members to see if they caught the game. Most of all though, we love the apparel! As art junkies, we didn't want to wear some mass produced, cookie-cutter t-shirt or uncomfortable jersey. With that in mind, 500 LEVEL was born! The soft, vintage feel of our unique graphic tees, hoodies, and kids shirts are perfect to wear while you watch the Big Game, on grill duty at 4th of July BBQ's and Tailgates, or as Birthday and Christmas presents! It's our mission to send you a shirt that will be at the top of your tee rotation after every wash!Important Note:500 LEVEL takes great pride in the relationships we've made and the clothes we send to our customers, so when you receive your item please take a moment to verify its authenticity and quality. We genuinely hope you enjoy your purchase!

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$19.99



Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Cool Base Alternate Black Jersey (Youth Large 14/16)
Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Cool Base Alternate Black Jersey (Youth Large 14/16)
The new Cool Base jersey is designed to provide a superior value to fans, delivering more comfort and breath-ability, constructed from technical, moisture-wicking fabrics. The affordable way to get Cool Base benefits and on-field look, this jersey is for the die-hard player and fan! With your favorite team boldly displayed across the full chest, there is no doubt who you're rooting for!

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$45.00



Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Cool Base Jersey Black (Youth Medium 10/12)
Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Cool Base Jersey Black (Youth Medium 10/12)
Finish off your young fans' look with this Cool Base player jersey from Majestic! Featuring sleek styling and bold graphics, this pro-quality jersey is enhanced with Majestic's high-tech Cool Base performance technology to keep them cool, dry and looking sharp all the time!

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$50.00



San Francisco Giants 2016 Topps Factory Sealed Special Edition 17 Card Team Set with Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey Plus
San Francisco Giants 2016 Topps Factory Sealed Special Edition 17 Card Team Set with Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey Plus
This is a 2016 San Francisco Giants Topps Factory sealed special edition 17 card team set; cards are numbered SFG-1 through SFG-17. Players included are Buster Posey, Brandon Belt, Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford, Matt Duffy, Jeff Samardzija, Angel Pagan, Hunter Pence, Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, Kelby Tomlinson, Chris Heston, Jake Peavy, Santiago Casilla, Johnny Cueto, Hunter Strickland and Denard Span.

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Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 MLB Youth Name & Number Player T-shirt Black (Youth Large 14/16)
Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 MLB Youth Name & Number Player T-shirt Black (Youth Large 14/16)
Represent your favorite team and player with this name and number t-shirt by Majestic!

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$12.99



Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Player T-Shirt Black (Youth Medium 10/12)
Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants #8 Youth Player T-Shirt Black (Youth Medium 10/12)
Represent your favorite team and player with this player name & number t-shirt by Majestic!

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$17.99
-$2.01(-10%)


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