PHOENIX -- Rich Aurilia and Shawn Estes, two of the most popular Giants during the team's renaissance in the late 1990s and early 2000s, will have their plaques unveiled on the club's Wall of Fame before next Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. PT.
Aurilia, primarily a shortstop, spent all or part of 12 seasons (1995-2003, 2007-09) with the Giants, for whom he hit .275 with 143 home runs and 574 RBIs. He batted .275 with 186 homers and 756 RBIs in his 15-year Major League career.
Estes posted a 64-50 record with a 4.25 ERA for the Giants from 1995-2001. The left-hander finished 101-93 with a 4.71 ERA in his 13-year career.
Aurilia and Estes raise the number of players honored on the wall to 46. Requirements for recognition include spending a minimum of nine seasons with the San Francisco Giants, or playing at least five seasons for San Francisco while making at least one National League All-Star team as a Giant.
Besides meeting the longevity requirement, Aurilia was an All-Star in 2001. Estes earned that distinction in 1997 to guarantee his Wall status.