Travis Ishikawa

Travis Ishikawa was born September 24, 1983.

Ishikawa started his career with the Giants, then had stints with the Brewers, Orioles, Yankees and Pirates. On his second tour of duty with San Francisco, Ishikawa delivered one of the franchise's most memorable home runs.

His three-run shot in the bottom of the ninth in Game 5 of the 2014 NLCS sent the Giants to the World Series. It was the first time an NLCS ended with a walkoff home run as the Giants beat the Cardinals 6-3.

The Giants went on to beat Kansas City to win their third World Series since 2010.

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