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MLB statistics Batting average .301 Hits 2,285 Home runs 170 Runs batted in 1,424 Managerial record 1,236–1,055 Winning % .540 Teams As player Pittsburgh Pirates (1926–1927) Washington Senators (1928–1934) Boston Red Sox (1935–1945) As manager Washington Senators (1933–1934) Boston Red Sox (1935–1947) Career highlights and awards 7× All-Star (1933–1935, 1937–1939, 1941) Boston Red Sox No. 4 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Washington Nationals Ring of Honor Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1956 Vote 78.76% (tenth ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .301 Hits 2,285 Home runs 170 Runs batted in 1,424 Managerial record 1,236–1,055 Winning % .540 Teams As player Pittsburgh Pirates (1926–1927) Washington Senators (1928–1934) Boston Red Sox (1935–1945) As manager Washington Senators (1933–1934) Boston Red Sox (1935–1947) Career highlights and awards 7× All-Star (1933–1935, 1937–1939, 1941) Boston Red Sox No. 4 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Washington Nationals Ring of Honor Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1956 Vote 78.76% (tenth ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .281 Home runs 28 Runs batted in 735 Teams St. Louis Browns (1929–1933) Boston Red Sox (1933–1937) Washington Senators (1937–1941) St. Louis Browns (1941–1943) Washington Senators (1944–1945, 1947) Career highlights and awards 8× All-Star (1933–1938, 1944, 1945) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Washington Nationals Ring of Honor Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1984 Election Method Veterans Committee

MLB statistics Batting average .281 Home runs 28 Runs batted in 735 Teams St. Louis Browns (1929–1933) Boston Red Sox (1933–1937) Washington Senators (1937–1941) St. Louis Browns (1941–1943) Washington Senators (1944–1945, 1947) Career highlights and awards 8× All-Star (1933–1938, 1944, 1945) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Washington Nationals Ring of Honor Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1984 Election Method Veterans Committee

MLB statistics Batting average .288 Hits 2,042 Home runs 223 Runs batted in 1,247 Teams Boston Red Sox (1937–1944, 1946–1951) Career highlights and awards 9× All-Star (1941–1944, 1946–1948, 1950, 1951) Boston Red Sox No. 1 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1986 Election Method Veterans Committee

MLB statistics Batting average .288 Hits 2,042 Home runs 223 Runs batted in 1,247 Teams Boston Red Sox (1937–1944, 1946–1951) Career highlights and awards 9× All-Star (1941–1944, 1946–1948, 1950, 1951) Boston Red Sox No. 1 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1986 Election Method Veterans Committee

MLB statistics Win–loss record 211–222 Earned run average 3.98 Strikeouts 2,082 Teams Brooklyn Robins / Brooklyn Dodgers (1929–1930) Chicago Cubs (1932) St. Louis Browns (1934–1935) Washington Senators (1935–1937) Boston Red Sox (1937) St. Louis Browns (1938–1939) Detroit Tigers (1939–1941) Washington Senators (1942) Brooklyn Dodgers (1942–1943) St. Louis Browns (1943) Washington Senators (1943) Philadelphia Athletics (1944–1946) Washington Senators (1946–1947) New York Yankees (1947) New York Giants (1948) Washington Senators (1952) Philadelphia Athletics (1952–1953) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (1938–1940, 1944) World Series champion (1947) AL strikeout leader (1942)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 211–222 Earned run average 3.98 Strikeouts 2,082 Teams Brooklyn Robins / Brooklyn Dodgers (1929–1930) Chicago Cubs (1932) St. Louis Browns (1934–1935) Washington Senators (1935–1937) Boston Red Sox (1937) St. Louis Browns (1938–1939) Detroit Tigers (1939–1941) Washington Senators (1942) Brooklyn Dodgers (1942–1943) St. Louis Browns (1943) Washington Senators (1943) Philadelphia Athletics (1944–1946) Washington Senators (1946–1947) New York Yankees (1947) New York Giants (1948) Washington Senators (1952) Philadelphia Athletics (1952–1953) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (1938–1940, 1944) World Series champion (1947) AL strikeout leader (1942)

Shortstop / Third baseman / Manager Born: February 27, 1919 Portland, Oregon Died: August 13, 2012 (aged 93) Danvers, Massachusetts Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB statistics Batting average .307 Home runs 17 Runs batted in 404 Managerial record 147–179 Winning % .451 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1942, 1946–1952) Detroit Tigers (1952–1954) Washington Senators (1954) As manager Boston Red Sox (1963–1964, 1980) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1946) Boston Red Sox No. 6 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Shortstop / Third baseman / Manager Born: February 27, 1919 Portland, Oregon Died: August 13, 2012 (aged 93) Danvers, Massachusetts Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB statistics Batting average .307 Home runs 17 Runs batted in 404 Managerial record 147–179 Winning % .451 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1942, 1946–1952) Detroit Tigers (1952–1954) Washington Senators (1954) As manager Boston Red Sox (1963–1964, 1980) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1946) Boston Red Sox No. 6 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB statistics Win–loss record 96–54 Earned run average 2.94 Strikeouts 693 Teams Boston Red Sox (1941–1944, 1946–1949) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (1942–1944) AL wins leader (1942) AL strikeout leader (1942) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB statistics Win–loss record 96–54 Earned run average 2.94 Strikeouts 693 Teams Boston Red Sox (1941–1944, 1946–1949) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (1942–1944) AL wins leader (1942) AL strikeout leader (1942) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB statistics Win–loss record 76–86 Earned run average 4.09 Strikeouts 677 Teams New York / San Francisco Giants (1953–1958) Philadelphia Phillies (1959–1960) Cleveland Indians (1962) Minnesota Twins (1962) Philadelphia Phillies (1967) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (1954)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 76–86 Earned run average 4.09 Strikeouts 677 Teams New York / San Francisco Giants (1953–1958) Philadelphia Phillies (1959–1960) Cleveland Indians (1962) Minnesota Twins (1962) Philadelphia Phillies (1967) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (1954)

MLB statistics Batting average .222 Home runs 32 Runs batted in 77 Teams Chicago White Sox (1950; 1953–1954) Philadelphia/Kansas City Athletics (1954–1955)

MLB statistics Batting average .222 Home runs 32 Runs batted in 77 Teams Chicago White Sox (1950; 1953–1954) Philadelphia/Kansas City Athletics (1954–1955)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 93–114 Earned run average 3.55 Strikeouts 746 Teams Chicago Cubs (1941–1942, 1946–1951) Brooklyn Dodgers (1951–1952) New York Yankees (1952) Cincinnati Reds (1952) New York Yankees (1953) Washington Senators (1953–1955) Boston Red Sox (1956) Baltimore Orioles (1956) Career highlights and awards 2× All-Star (1946, 1948) NL strikeout leader (1946)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 93–114 Earned run average 3.55 Strikeouts 746 Teams Chicago Cubs (1941–1942, 1946–1951) Brooklyn Dodgers (1951–1952) New York Yankees (1952) Cincinnati Reds (1952) New York Yankees (1953) Washington Senators (1953–1955) Boston Red Sox (1956) Baltimore Orioles (1956) Career highlights and awards 2× All-Star (1946, 1948) NL strikeout leader (1946)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .344 Hits 2,654 Home runs 521 Runs batted in 1,839 On-base percentage .482 Managerial record 273–364 Winning % .429 Teams As player Boston Red Sox (1939–1942, 1946–1960) As manager Washington Senators / Texas Rangers (1969–1972) Career highlights and awards 19× All-Star (1940–1942, 1946–1951, 1953–1960) 2× AL MVP (1946, 1949) 2× Triple Crown (1942, 1947) 6× AL batting champion (1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1958) 4× AL home run leader (1941, 1942, 1947, 1949) 4× AL RBI leader (1939, 1942, 1947, 1949) MLB record .482 career on-base percentage Boston Red Sox No. 9 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Century Team Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1966 Vote 93.4% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .285 Hits 3,419 Home runs 452 Runs batted in 1,844 Teams Boston Red Sox (1961–1983) Career highlights and awards 18× All-Star (1963, 1965–1979, 1982, 1983) AL MVP (1967) Triple Crown (1967) 7× Gold Glove Award (1963, 1965, 1967–1969, 1971, 1977) 3× AL batting champion (1963, 1967, 1968) AL home run leader (1967) AL RBI leader (1967) Boston Red Sox No. 8 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1989 Vote 94.63% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .285 Hits 3,419 Home runs 452 Runs batted in 1,844 Teams Boston Red Sox (1961–1983) Career highlights and awards 18× All-Star (1963, 1965–1979, 1982, 1983) AL MVP (1967) Triple Crown (1967) 7× Gold Glove Award (1963, 1965, 1967–1969, 1971, 1977) 3× AL batting champion (1963, 1967, 1968) AL home run leader (1967) AL RBI leader (1967) Boston Red Sox No. 8 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1989 Vote 94.63% (first ballot)

Born: November 8, 1952 Fall River, Massachusetts, U.S. Died: October 30, 2021 (aged 68) Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB debut April 7, 1975, for the California Angels Last MLB appearance May 18, 1984, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .275 Home runs 7 Runs batted in 329 Teams California Angels (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1978) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Born: November 8, 1952 Fall River, Massachusetts, U.S. Died: October 30, 2021 (aged 68) Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB debut April 7, 1975, for the California Angels Last MLB appearance May 18, 1984, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .275 Home runs 7 Runs batted in 329 Teams California Angels (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1978) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Second baseman Born: November 8, 1952 Fall River, Massachusetts Died: October 30, 2021 (aged 68) Boston, Massachusetts Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB statistics Batting average .275 Home runs 7 Runs batted in 329 Teams California Angels (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1978) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Second baseman Born: November 8, 1952 Fall River, Massachusetts Died: October 30, 2021 (aged 68) Boston, Massachusetts Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB statistics Batting average .275 Home runs 7 Runs batted in 329 Teams California Angels (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1978) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB debut April 12, 1975, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance September 26, 1998, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 197–171 Earned run average 3.50 Strikeouts 2,401 Saves 390 Teams Cleveland Indians (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Chicago Cubs (1984–1986) Oakland Athletics (1987–1995) St. Louis Cardinals (1996–1997) Boston Red Sox (1998) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (1977, 1982, 1988, 1990–1992) World Series champion (1989) AL MVP (1992) AL Cy Young Award (1992) ALCS MVP (1988) 2× AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1988, 1992) 2× MLB saves leader (1988, 1992) Pitched a no-hitter on May 30, 1977 Oakland Athletics No. 43 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Athletics Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2004 Vote 83.2% (first ballot)

MLB debut April 12, 1975, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance September 26, 1998, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 197–171 Earned run average 3.50 Strikeouts 2,401 Saves 390 Teams Cleveland Indians (1975–1977) Boston Red Sox (1978–1984) Chicago Cubs (1984–1986) Oakland Athletics (1987–1995) St. Louis Cardinals (1996–1997) Boston Red Sox (1998) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (1977, 1982, 1988, 1990–1992) World Series champion (1989) AL MVP (1992) AL Cy Young Award (1992) ALCS MVP (1988) 2× AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1988, 1992) 2× MLB saves leader (1988, 1992) Pitched a no-hitter on May 30, 1977 Oakland Athletics No. 43 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Athletics Hall of Fame Major League Baseball All-Time Team Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2004 Vote 83.2% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .285 Hits 3,419 Home runs 452 Runs batted in 1,844 Teams Boston Red Sox (1961–1983) Career highlights and awards 18× All-Star (1963, 1965–1979, 1982, 1983) AL MVP (1967) Triple Crown (1967) 7× Gold Glove Award (1963, 1965, 1967–1969, 1971, 1977) 3× AL batting champion (1963, 1967, 1968) AL home run leader (1967) AL RBI leader (1967) Boston Red Sox No. 8 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1989 Vote 94.63% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .285 Hits 3,419 Home runs 452 Runs batted in 1,844 Teams Boston Red Sox (1961–1983) Career highlights and awards 18× All-Star (1963, 1965–1979, 1982, 1983) AL MVP (1967) Triple Crown (1967) 7× Gold Glove Award (1963, 1965, 1967–1969, 1971, 1977) 3× AL batting champion (1963, 1967, 1968) AL home run leader (1967) AL RBI leader (1967) Boston Red Sox No. 8 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1989 Vote 94.63% (first ballot)

MLB statistics Batting average .273 Home runs 262 Runs batted in 925 Teams Seattle Mariners (1984–1986) Kansas City Royals (1987–1991) New York Yankees (1992–1995) Oakland Athletics (1995) Chicago White Sox (1996) Philadelphia Phillies (1997) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1991) A warrant was issued for Tartabull's arrest on May 12, 2012 after he failed to appear for a 180-day jail sentence, and is on the Most Wanted List for Los Angeles County Child Services Department. He has been named the top deadbeat dad in Los Angeles after allegedly failing to pay more than $275,000 in child support for his two sons. Tartabull was arrested July 24, 2017 on suspicion of unpaid child support after he called police to report his car was broken into.

MLB statistics Batting average .273 Home runs 262 Runs batted in 925 Teams Seattle Mariners (1984–1986) Kansas City Royals (1987–1991) New York Yankees (1992–1995) Oakland Athletics (1995) Chicago White Sox (1996) Philadelphia Phillies (1997) Career highlights and awards All-Star (1991) A warrant was issued for Tartabull's arrest on May 12, 2012 after he failed to appear for a 180-day jail sentence, and is on the Most Wanted List for Los Angeles County Child Services Department. He has been named the top deadbeat dad in Los Angeles after allegedly failing to pay more than $275,000 in child support for his two sons. Tartabull was arrested July 24, 2017 on suspicion of unpaid child support after he called police to report his car was broken into.

Professional debut MLB: September 5, 1985, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 3, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers Last appearance MLB: September 28, 1996, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 11, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers MLB statistics Batting average: .303 Home runs: 130 Runs batted in: 726 NPB statistics Batting average: .231 Home runs: 0 Runs batted in: 5 Teams Boston Red Sox (1985–1996) Hanshin Tigers (1997) Career highlights and awards 2× All Star (1988, 1989) Silver Slugger Award (1988) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Professional debut MLB: September 5, 1985, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 3, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers Last appearance MLB: September 28, 1996, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 11, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers MLB statistics Batting average: .303 Home runs: 130 Runs batted in: 726 NPB statistics Batting average: .231 Home runs: 0 Runs batted in: 5 Teams Boston Red Sox (1985–1996) Hanshin Tigers (1997) Career highlights and awards 2× All Star (1988, 1989) Silver Slugger Award (1988) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Professional debut MLB: September 5, 1985, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 3, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers Last appearance MLB: September 28, 1996, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 11, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers MLB statistics Batting average: .303 Home runs: 130 Runs batted in: 726 NPB statistics Batting average: .231 Home runs: 0 Runs batted in: 5 Teams Boston Red Sox (1985–1996) Hanshin Tigers (1997) Career highlights and awards 2× All Star (1988, 1989) Silver Slugger Award (1988) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Professional debut MLB: September 5, 1985, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 3, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers Last appearance MLB: September 28, 1996, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 11, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers MLB statistics Batting average: .303 Home runs: 130 Runs batted in: 726 NPB statistics Batting average: .231 Home runs: 0 Runs batted in: 5 Teams Boston Red Sox (1985–1996) Hanshin Tigers (1997) Career highlights and awards 2× All Star (1988, 1989) Silver Slugger Award (1988) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB debut September 3, 1986, for the Chicago Cubs Last MLB appearance September 27, 2008, for the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB statistics Win–loss record 355–227 Earned run average 3.16 Strikeouts 3,371 Teams Chicago Cubs (1986–1992) Atlanta Braves (1993–2003) Chicago Cubs (2004–2006) Los Angeles Dodgers (2006) San Diego Padres (2007–2008) Los Angeles Dodgers (2008) Career highlights and awards 8× All-Star (1988, 1992, 1994–1998, 2000) World Series champion (1995) 4× NL Cy Young Award (1992–1995) 18× Gold Glove Award (1990–2002, 2004–2008) 3× NL wins leader (1992, 1994, 1995) 4× MLB ERA leader (1993–1995, 1998) Chicago Cubs No. 31 retired Atlanta Braves No. 31 retired Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame Braves Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2014 Vote 97.2% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 3, 1986, for the Chicago Cubs Last MLB appearance September 27, 2008, for the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB statistics Win–loss record 355–227 Earned run average 3.16 Strikeouts 3,371 Teams Chicago Cubs (1986–1992) Atlanta Braves (1993–2003) Chicago Cubs (2004–2006) Los Angeles Dodgers (2006) San Diego Padres (2007–2008) Los Angeles Dodgers (2008) Career highlights and awards 8× All-Star (1988, 1992, 1994–1998, 2000) World Series champion (1995) 4× NL Cy Young Award (1992–1995) 18× Gold Glove Award (1990–2002, 2004–2008) 3× NL wins leader (1992, 1994, 1995) 4× MLB ERA leader (1993–1995, 1998) Chicago Cubs No. 31 retired Atlanta Braves No. 31 retired Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame Braves Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2014 Vote 97.2% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 7, 1988, for the Baltimore Orioles Last MLB appearance September 25, 2007, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 216–146 Earned run average 3.46 Strikeouts 3,116 Teams Baltimore Orioles (1988–1990) Houston Astros (1991) Philadelphia Phillies (1992–2000) Arizona Diamondbacks (2000–2003) Boston Red Sox (2004–2007) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (1997–1999, 2001, 2002, 2004) 3× World Series champion (2001, 2004, 2007) World Series MVP (2001) NLCS MVP (1993) Roberto Clemente Award (2001) 2× MLB wins leader (2001, 2004) 2× NL strikeout leader (1997, 1998) Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB debut September 7, 1988, for the Baltimore Orioles Last MLB appearance September 25, 2007, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 216–146 Earned run average 3.46 Strikeouts 3,116 Teams Baltimore Orioles (1988–1990) Houston Astros (1991) Philadelphia Phillies (1992–2000) Arizona Diamondbacks (2000–2003) Boston Red Sox (2004–2007) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (1997–1999, 2001, 2002, 2004) 3× World Series champion (2001, 2004, 2007) World Series MVP (2001) NLCS MVP (1993) Roberto Clemente Award (2001) 2× MLB wins leader (2001, 2004) 2× NL strikeout leader (1997, 1998) Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB debut September 4, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance October 3, 2012, for the Baltimore Orioles MLB statistics Batting average .276 Hits 2,328 Home runs 612 Runs batted in 1,699 Teams Cleveland Indians (1991–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2003–2005) Chicago White Sox (2006–2009) Los Angeles Dodgers (2009) Minnesota Twins (2010–2011) Cleveland Indians (2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (1997–1999, 2004, 2006) Silver Slugger Award (1996) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2006) Roberto Clemente Award (2002) NL home run leader (2003) Cleveland Guardians No. 25 retired Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2018 Vote 89.8% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 4, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance October 3, 2012, for the Baltimore Orioles MLB statistics Batting average .276 Hits 2,328 Home runs 612 Runs batted in 1,699 Teams Cleveland Indians (1991–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2003–2005) Chicago White Sox (2006–2009) Los Angeles Dodgers (2009) Minnesota Twins (2010–2011) Cleveland Indians (2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (1997–1999, 2004, 2006) Silver Slugger Award (1996) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2006) Roberto Clemente Award (2002) NL home run leader (2003) Cleveland Guardians No. 25 retired Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2018 Vote 89.8% (first ballot)

MLB debut April 8, 1991, for the Toronto Blue Jays Last MLB appearance September 28, 2008, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Games pitched 1,058 Win–loss record 75–73 Earned run average 3.63 Strikeouts 872 Saves 141 Teams Toronto Blue Jays (1991–1997) Seattle Mariners (1997–1998) Baltimore Orioles (1999–2000) St. Louis Cardinals (2000–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2008) Career highlights and awards 4× World Series champion (1992, 1993, 2004, 2007)

MLB debut April 8, 1991, for the Toronto Blue Jays Last MLB appearance September 28, 2008, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Games pitched 1,058 Win–loss record 75–73 Earned run average 3.63 Strikeouts 872 Saves 141 Teams Toronto Blue Jays (1991–1997) Seattle Mariners (1997–1998) Baltimore Orioles (1999–2000) St. Louis Cardinals (2000–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2008) Career highlights and awards 4× World Series champion (1992, 1993, 2004, 2007)

MLB debut September 4, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance October 3, 2012, for the Baltimore Orioles MLB statistics Batting average .276 Hits 2,328 Home runs 612 Runs batted in 1,699 Teams Cleveland Indians (1991–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2003–2005) Chicago White Sox (2006–2009) Los Angeles Dodgers (2009) Minnesota Twins (2010–2011) Cleveland Indians (2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (1997–1999, 2004, 2006) Silver Slugger Award (1996) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2006) Roberto Clemente Award (2002) NL home run leader (2003) Cleveland Guardians No. 25 retired Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2018 Vote 89.8% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 4, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians Last MLB appearance October 3, 2012, for the Baltimore Orioles MLB statistics Batting average .276 Hits 2,328 Home runs 612 Runs batted in 1,699 Teams Cleveland Indians (1991–2002) Philadelphia Phillies (2003–2005) Chicago White Sox (2006–2009) Los Angeles Dodgers (2009) Minnesota Twins (2010–2011) Cleveland Indians (2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (1997–1999, 2004, 2006) Silver Slugger Award (1996) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2006) Roberto Clemente Award (2002) NL home run leader (2003) Cleveland Guardians No. 25 retired Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2018 Vote 89.8% (first ballot)

MLB debut May 23, 1995, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance September 26, 2013, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Win–loss record 82–60 Earned run average 2.21 Strikeouts 1,173 Saves 652 WHIP 1.00 Teams New York Yankees (1995–2013) Career highlights and awards 13× All-Star (1997, 1999–2002, 2004–2006, 2008–2011, 2013) 5× World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000, 2009) World Series MVP (1999) ALCS MVP (2003) 5× AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1999, 2001, 2004–2005, 2009) 3× Delivery Man of the Year (2005–2006, 2009) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2013) 3× MLB saves leader (1999, 2001, 2004) MLB record 652 career saves New York Yankees No. 42 retired Monument Park honoree Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2019 Vote 100% (first ballot)

MLB debut May 23, 1995, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance September 26, 2013, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Win–loss record 82–60 Earned run average 2.21 Strikeouts 1,173 Saves 652 WHIP 1.00 Teams New York Yankees (1995–2013) Career highlights and awards 13× All-Star (1997, 1999–2002, 2004–2006, 2008–2011, 2013) 5× World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000, 2009) World Series MVP (1999) ALCS MVP (2003) 5× AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1999, 2001, 2004–2005, 2009) 3× Delivery Man of the Year (2005–2006, 2009) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2013) 3× MLB saves leader (1999, 2001, 2004) MLB record 652 career saves New York Yankees No. 42 retired Monument Park honoree Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2019 Vote 100% (first ballot)

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

Born: August 2, 1966 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died: October 1, 2023 (aged 57) Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut July 31, 1992, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance September 25, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–180 Earned run average 4.41 Strikeouts 2,156 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (1992–1993) Boston Red Sox (1995–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2009) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Roberto Clemente Award (2010) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame The best-known knuckleballer in recent baseball history, Wakefield enjoyed a long career with the Red Sox, winning 200 games and recording 2,156 strikeouts over 19 seasons (17 spent in Boston). Drafted as a first baseman by the Pirates, Wakefield's struggles as a hitter in the Minors prompted a complete career 180 -- he learned his signature knuckleball, worked with Niekro to refine it and turned himself into a successful big league pitcher. Wakefield was an All-Star for the Red Sox in 2009 at age 42, won two World Series rings in '04 and '07 and was a Cy Young finalist in 1995, his first year in Boston, when he went 16-8 with a 2.95 ERA. He's a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.

MLB statistics Batting average. .256 Home runs 193 Runs batted in 757 Teams Boston Red Sox (1997–2011) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (2003, 2005, 2008) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Gold Glove Award (2005) Silver Slugger Award (2005) Golden Spikes Award (1994) Dick Howser Trophy (1994) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB statistics Batting average. .256 Home runs 193 Runs batted in 757 Teams Boston Red Sox (1997–2011) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (2003, 2005, 2008) 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007) Gold Glove Award (2005) Silver Slugger Award (2005) Golden Spikes Award (1994) Dick Howser Trophy (1994) Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

MLB debut May 29, 1995, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance September 28, 2014, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Batting average .310 Hits 3,465 Home runs 260 Runs batted in 1,311 Teams New York Yankees (1995–2014) Career highlights and awards 14× All-Star (1998–2002, 2004, 2006–2012, 2014) 5× World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000, 2009) World Series MVP (2000) AL Rookie of the Year (1996) 5× Gold Glove Award (2004–2006, 2009–2010) 5× Silver Slugger Award (2006–2009, 2012) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2006, 2009) Roberto Clemente Award (2009) New York Yankees captain (2003–2014) New York Yankees No. 2 retired Monument Park honoree Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2020 Vote 99.75% (first ballot)

MLB debut May 29, 1995, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance September 28, 2014, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Batting average .310 Hits 3,465 Home runs 260 Runs batted in 1,311 Teams New York Yankees (1995–2014) Career highlights and awards 14× All-Star (1998–2002, 2004, 2006–2012, 2014) 5× World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000, 2009) World Series MVP (2000) AL Rookie of the Year (1996) 5× Gold Glove Award (2004–2006, 2009–2010) 5× Silver Slugger Award (2006–2009, 2012) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2006, 2009) Roberto Clemente Award (2009) New York Yankees captain (2003–2014) New York Yankees No. 2 retired Monument Park honoree Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2020 Vote 99.75% (first ballot)

MLB debut June 27, 1993, for the Colorado Rockies Last MLB appearance October 2, 2004, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–Loss record 50–34 Earned run average 4.36 Strikeouts 641 Teams Colorado Rockies (1993–1999) Milwaukee Brewers (2000–2001, 2003) Kansas City Royals (2003–2004) Boston Red Sox (2004) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2004)

MLB debut June 27, 1993, for the Colorado Rockies Last MLB appearance October 2, 2004, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Win–Loss record 50–34 Earned run average 4.36 Strikeouts 641 Teams Colorado Rockies (1993–1999) Milwaukee Brewers (2000–2001, 2003) Kansas City Royals (2003–2004) Boston Red Sox (2004) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2004)

MLB debut August 2, 1997, for the Colorado Rockies Last MLB appearance September 29, 2013, for the Colorado Rockies MLB statistics Batting average .316 Hits 2,519 Home runs 369 Runs batted in 1,406 Teams Colorado Rockies (1997–2013) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2000–2004) 3× Gold Glove Award (2001, 2002, 2004) 4× Silver Slugger Award (2000–2003) NL Hank Aaron Award (2000) MLB batting champion (2000) MLB RBI leader (2000) Dick Howser Trophy (1995) Colorado Rockies No. 17 retired

MLB debut August 2, 1997, for the Colorado Rockies Last MLB appearance September 29, 2013, for the Colorado Rockies MLB statistics Batting average .316 Hits 2,519 Home runs 369 Runs batted in 1,406 Teams Colorado Rockies (1997–2013) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2000–2004) 3× Gold Glove Award (2001, 2002, 2004) 4× Silver Slugger Award (2000–2003) NL Hank Aaron Award (2000) MLB batting champion (2000) MLB RBI leader (2000) Dick Howser Trophy (1995) Colorado Rockies No. 17 retired

MLB statistics Win–loss record 148–137 Earned run average 4.28 Strikeouts 1,571 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (2000–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2005) Cincinnati Reds (2006–2013) Arizona Diamondbacks (2014) Cincinnati Reds (2017) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2006) World Series champion (2004) Gold Glove Award (2010)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 148–137 Earned run average 4.28 Strikeouts 1,571 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (2000–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2005) Cincinnati Reds (2006–2013) Arizona Diamondbacks (2014) Cincinnati Reds (2017) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2006) World Series champion (2004) Gold Glove Award (2010)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut April 11, 1998, for the Florida Marlins Last MLB appearance October 3, 2009, for the Toronto Blue Jays MLB statistics Batting average .274 Home runs 170 Runs batted in 699 Teams Florida Marlins (1998–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2005) Baltimore Orioles (2006–2008) Toronto Blue Jays (2009) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2004)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 8, 1998, for the St. Louis Cardinals Last MLB appearance September 28, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .278 Home runs 242 Runs batted in 795 Teams St. Louis Cardinals (1998–2003) Atlanta Braves (2004) Los Angeles Dodgers (2005–2006) Boston Red Sox (2007–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2008) World Series champion (2007) Golden Spikes Award (1997) Dick Howser Trophy (1997)

MLB debut September 8, 1998, for the St. Louis Cardinals Last MLB appearance September 28, 2011, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .278 Home runs 242 Runs batted in 795 Teams St. Louis Cardinals (1998–2003) Atlanta Braves (2004) Los Angeles Dodgers (2005–2006) Boston Red Sox (2007–2011) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2008) World Series champion (2007) Golden Spikes Award (1997) Dick Howser Trophy (1997)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut September 2, 1997, for the Minnesota Twins Last MLB appearance October 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .286 Hits 2,472 Home runs 541 Runs batted in 1,768 Teams Minnesota Twins (1997–2002) Boston Red Sox (2003–2016) Career highlights and awards 10× All-Star (2004–2008, 2010–2013, 2016) 3× World Series champion (2004, 2007, 2013) World Series MVP (2013) ALCS MVP (2004) 7× Silver Slugger Award (2004–2007, 2011, 2013, 2016) 2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2005, 2016) Roberto Clemente Award (2011) AL home run leader (2006) 3× AL RBI leader (2005, 2006, 2016) Boston Red Sox No. 34 retired Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 2022 Vote 77.9% (first ballot)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB statistics Win–loss record 41–36 Earned run average 2.44 Strikeouts 808 Saves 368 Teams Boston Red Sox (2005–2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012–2015) Washington Nationals (2015–2016) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2006–2009, 2012, 2015) World Series champion (2007) Delivery Man of the Year (2007) Pitched a combined no-hitter on September 1, 2014

MLB statistics Win–loss record 41–36 Earned run average 2.44 Strikeouts 808 Saves 368 Teams Boston Red Sox (2005–2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012–2015) Washington Nationals (2015–2016) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2006–2009, 2012, 2015) World Series champion (2007) Delivery Man of the Year (2007) Pitched a combined no-hitter on September 1, 2014

MLB statistics Win–loss record 41–36 Earned run average 2.44 Strikeouts 808 Saves 368 Teams Boston Red Sox (2005–2011) Philadelphia Phillies (2012–2015) Washington Nationals (2015–2016) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2006–2009, 2012, 2015) World Series champion (2007) Delivery Man of the Year (2007) Pitched a combined no-hitter on September 1, 2014

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MLB debut April 3, 2006, for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance August 12, 2019, for the San Diego Padres MLB statistics Batting average .269 Home runs 257 Runs batted in 909 Teams Texas Rangers (2006–2013) Detroit Tigers (2014–2017) Los Angeles Angels (2018) Boston Red Sox (2018) San Diego Padres (2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014) World Series champion (2018) 2× Gold Glove Award (2016, 2018)

MLB debut April 3, 2006, for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance August 12, 2019, for the San Diego Padres MLB statistics Batting average .269 Home runs 257 Runs batted in 909 Teams Texas Rangers (2006–2013) Detroit Tigers (2014–2017) Los Angeles Angels (2018) Boston Red Sox (2018) San Diego Padres (2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014) World Series champion (2018) 2× Gold Glove Award (2016, 2018)

MLB debut April 3, 2006, for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance August 12, 2019, for the San Diego Padres MLB statistics Batting average .269 Home runs 257 Runs batted in 909 Teams Texas Rangers (2006–2013) Detroit Tigers (2014–2017) Los Angeles Angels (2018) Boston Red Sox (2018) San Diego Padres (2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014) World Series champion (2018) 2× Gold Glove Award (2016, 2018)

MLB debut May 30, 2008, for the Oakland Athletics Last MLB appearance June 27, 2019, for the Chicago Cubs Career statistics Batting average .285 Home runs 234 Runs batted in 785 Teams Oakland Athletics (2008) Colorado Rockies (2009–2018) Cleveland Indians (2019) Chicago Cubs (2019) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (2012, 2013, 2016) 3× Gold Glove Award (2010, 2012, 2013) 2× Silver Slugger Award (2010, 2015) NL batting champion (2010)

MLB debut May 30, 2008, for the Oakland Athletics Last MLB appearance June 27, 2019, for the Chicago Cubs Career statistics Batting average .285 Home runs 234 Runs batted in 785 Teams Oakland Athletics (2008) Colorado Rockies (2009–2018) Cleveland Indians (2019) Chicago Cubs (2019) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (2012, 2013, 2016) 3× Gold Glove Award (2010, 2012, 2013) 2× Silver Slugger Award (2010, 2015) NL batting champion (2010)

MLB debut May 25, 2007, for the Milwaukee Brewers Last MLB appearance September 27, 2020, for the Milwaukee Brewers MLB statistics Batting average .296 Home runs 352 Runs batted in 1,154 Teams Milwaukee Brewers (2007–2020) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2008–2012, 2015) NL MVP (2011) NL Rookie of the Year (2007) 5× Silver Slugger Award (2008–2012) NL home run leader (2012) Milwaukee Brewers Wall of Honor

MLB debut May 25, 2007, for the Milwaukee Brewers Last MLB appearance September 27, 2020, for the Milwaukee Brewers MLB statistics Batting average .296 Home runs 352 Runs batted in 1,154 Teams Milwaukee Brewers (2007–2020) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2008–2012, 2015) NL MVP (2011) NL Rookie of the Year (2007) 5× Silver Slugger Award (2008–2012) NL home run leader (2012) Milwaukee Brewers Wall of Honor

MLB debut May 25, 2007, for the Milwaukee Brewers Last MLB appearance September 27, 2020, for the Milwaukee Brewers MLB statistics Batting average .296 Home runs 352 Runs batted in 1,154 Teams Milwaukee Brewers (2007–2020) Career highlights and awards 6× All-Star (2008–2012, 2015) NL MVP (2011) NL Rookie of the Year (2007) 5× Silver Slugger Award (2008–2012) NL home run leader (2012) Milwaukee Brewers Wall of Honor

MLB debut June 30, 2007, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance September 30, 2017, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Batting average .284 Home runs 104 Runs batted in 512 Stolen bases 343 Teams Boston Red Sox (2007–2013) New York Yankees (2014–2017) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2011) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) Gold Glove Award (2011) Silver Slugger Award (2011) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2011) 3× AL stolen base leader (2008, 2009, 2013)

MLB debut June 30, 2007, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance September 30, 2017, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Batting average .284 Home runs 104 Runs batted in 512 Stolen bases 343 Teams Boston Red Sox (2007–2013) New York Yankees (2014–2017) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2011) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) Gold Glove Award (2011) Silver Slugger Award (2011) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2011) 3× AL stolen base leader (2008, 2009, 2013)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut August 22, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance April 17, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .299 Home runs 140 Runs batted in 725 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2019) Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star (2008–2010, 2013) 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013) AL MVP (2008) AL Rookie of the Year (2007) 4× Gold Glove Award (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014) Silver Slugger Award (2008)

MLB debut June 10, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance October 2, 2021, for the St. Louis Cardinals MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–117 Earned run average 3.66 Strikeouts 2,488 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2014) Oakland Athletics (2014) Chicago Cubs (2015–2020) Washington Nationals (2021) St. Louis Cardinals (2021) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2010, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2018) 3× World Series champion (2007, 2013, 2016) NLCS MVP (2016) NL wins leader (2018) Pitched a no-hitter on May 19, 2008 Lester started the opening game of a playoff series 12 times, which was a record for the most in baseball history until Justin Verlander passed him in 2023.

MLB debut June 10, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance October 2, 2021, for the St. Louis Cardinals MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–117 Earned run average 3.66 Strikeouts 2,488 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2014) Oakland Athletics (2014) Chicago Cubs (2015–2020) Washington Nationals (2021) St. Louis Cardinals (2021) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2010, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2018) 3× World Series champion (2007, 2013, 2016) NLCS MVP (2016) NL wins leader (2018) Pitched a no-hitter on May 19, 2008 Lester started the opening game of a playoff series 12 times, which was a record for the most in baseball history until Justin Verlander passed him in 2023.

MLB debut June 10, 2006, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance October 2, 2021, for the St. Louis Cardinals MLB statistics Win–loss record 200–117 Earned run average 3.66 Strikeouts 2,488 Teams Boston Red Sox (2006–2014) Oakland Athletics (2014) Chicago Cubs (2015–2020) Washington Nationals (2021) St. Louis Cardinals (2021) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2010, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2018) 3× World Series champion (2007, 2013, 2016) NLCS MVP (2016) NL wins leader (2018) Pitched a no-hitter on May 19, 2008 Lester started the opening game of a playoff series 12 times, which was a record for the most in baseball history until Justin Verlander passed him in 2023.

MLB debut September 1, 2007, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance May 31, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .254 Home runs. 91 Runs batted in. 303 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (2007–2011) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Houston Astros (2012) New York Yankees (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2013–2015) Tampa Bay Rays (2016) Baltimore Orioles (2016) Toronto Blue Jays (2017–2018) Boston Red Sox (2018–2019) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2018) World Series MVP (2018) Pearce is only the second player in MLB history to have played for every team in the American League East, the first being Kelly Johnson. He is also the first and only player to have hit two walk-off grand slams in the span of a single week.

MLB debut September 1, 2007, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance May 31, 2019, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics Batting average .254 Home runs. 91 Runs batted in. 303 Teams Pittsburgh Pirates (2007–2011) Baltimore Orioles (2012) Houston Astros (2012) New York Yankees (2012) Baltimore Orioles (2013–2015) Tampa Bay Rays (2016) Baltimore Orioles (2016) Toronto Blue Jays (2017–2018) Boston Red Sox (2018–2019) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2018) World Series MVP (2018) Pearce is only the second player in MLB history to have played for every team in the American League East, the first being Kelly Johnson. He is also the first and only player to have hit two walk-off grand slams in the span of a single week.

MLB debut September 14, 2008, for the Tampa Bay Rays Last MLB appearance September 30, 2022, for the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB statistics Win–loss record 157–82 Earned run average 3.32 Strikeouts 2,076 Teams Tampa Bay Rays (2008–2014) Detroit Tigers (2014–2015) Toronto Blue Jays (2015) Boston Red Sox (2016–2019) Los Angeles Dodgers (2021–2022) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2010–2012, 2014, 2015) World Series champion (2018) AL Cy Young Award (2012) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2018) AL wins leader (2012) 2× AL ERA leader (2012, 2015) MLB strikeout leader (2014) Babe Ruth Award (2018) Golden Spikes Award (2007) Dick Howser Trophy (2007)

MLB debut September 14, 2008, for the Tampa Bay Rays Last MLB appearance September 30, 2022, for the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB statistics Win–loss record 157–82 Earned run average 3.32 Strikeouts 2,076 Teams Tampa Bay Rays (2008–2014) Detroit Tigers (2014–2015) Toronto Blue Jays (2015) Boston Red Sox (2016–2019) Los Angeles Dodgers (2021–2022) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star (2010–2012, 2014, 2015) World Series champion (2018) AL Cy Young Award (2012) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2018) AL wins leader (2012) 2× AL ERA leader (2012, 2015) MLB strikeout leader (2014) Babe Ruth Award (2018) Golden Spikes Award (2007) Dick Howser Trophy (2007)

MLB debut August 31, 2008, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance June 2, 2014, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Win–loss record 31–16 Earned run average 3.83 Strikeouts 282 Teams New York Yankees (2008–2010) Boston Red Sox (2011–2013) New York Yankees (2014) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2009)

MLB debut August 31, 2008, for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance June 2, 2014, for the New York Yankees MLB statistics Win–loss record 31–16 Earned run average 3.83 Strikeouts 282 Teams New York Yankees (2008–2010) Boston Red Sox (2011–2013) New York Yankees (2014) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2009)

MLB debut April 9, 2009, for the Detroit Tigers Last MLB appearance September 26, 2020, for the New York Mets MLB statistics Win–loss record 150–125 Earned run average 4.40 Strikeouts 1,561 Teams Detroit Tigers (2009–2014) Boston Red Sox (2015–2019) New York Mets (2020) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2018) AL Cy Young Award (2016) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2016) MLB wins leader (2016)

MLB debut April 9, 2009, for the Detroit Tigers Last MLB appearance September 26, 2020, for the New York Mets MLB statistics Win–loss record 150–125 Earned run average 4.40 Strikeouts 1,561 Teams Detroit Tigers (2009–2014) Boston Red Sox (2015–2019) New York Mets (2020) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2018) AL Cy Young Award (2016) AL Comeback Player of the Year (2016) MLB wins leader (2016)

MLB debut July 31, 2009, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance August 3, 2021, for the Arizona Diamondbacks MLB statistics Batting average .262 Home runs 146 Runs batted in 575 Teams Boston Red Sox (2009–2011) Oakland Athletics (2012–2016) Los Angeles Dodgers (2016) Houston Astros (2017–2020) Arizona Diamondbacks (2021) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2017) - illegitimate WS title sign stealing scandal Gold Glove Award (2012) Josh was a member of the 2017 Houston “Cheat 2 Win” Astros and was a participator or had full knowledge the cheating was taking place in the sign stealing scandal. Unfortunately Josh’s 2017 World Series Title is tainted due to the fact that he was a participant or had full knowledge the cheating was taking place in the sign stealing scandal the season he won the award. His lack of remorse and ownership for his behavior shows he has no character.

MLB debut July 31, 2009, for the Boston Red Sox Last MLB appearance August 3, 2021, for the Arizona Diamondbacks MLB statistics Batting average .262 Home runs 146 Runs batted in 575 Teams Boston Red Sox (2009–2011) Oakland Athletics (2012–2016) Los Angeles Dodgers (2016) Houston Astros (2017–2020) Arizona Diamondbacks (2021) Career highlights and awards World Series champion (2017) - illegitimate WS title sign stealing scandal Gold Glove Award (2012) Josh was a member of the 2017 Houston “Cheat 2 Win” Astros and was a participator or had full knowledge the cheating was taking place in the sign stealing scandal. Unfortunately Josh’s 2017 World Series Title is tainted due to the fact that he was a participant or had full knowledge the cheating was taking place in the sign stealing scandal the season he won the award. His lack of remorse and ownership for his behavior shows he has no character.

MLB debut September 11, 2009, for the San Francisco Giants Last MLB appearance October 3, 2021, for the San Francisco Giants MLB statistics Batting average .302 Hits 1,500 Home runs 158 Runs batted in 729 Teams San Francisco Giants (2009–2019, 2021) Career highlights and awards 7× All-Star (2012, 2013, 2015–2018, 2021) 3× World Series champion (2010, 2012, 2014) NL MVP (2012) NL Rookie of the Year (2010) Gold Glove Award (2016) 4× Silver Slugger Award (2012, 2014, 2015, 2017) 2× Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award (2015, 2016) 2× Fielding Bible Award (2015, 2016) NL Hank Aaron Award (2012) 2x NL Comeback Player of the Year (2012, 2021) NL batting champion (2012) Golden Spikes Award (2008) Dick Howser Trophy (2008)

MLB debut September 11, 2009, for the San Francisco Giants Last MLB appearance October 3, 2021, for the San Francisco Giants MLB statistics Batting average .302 Hits 1,500 Home runs 158 Runs batted in 729 Teams San Francisco Giants (2009–2019, 2021) Career highlights and awards 7× All-Star (2012, 2013, 2015–2018, 2021) 3× World Series champion (2010, 2012, 2014) NL MVP (2012) NL Rookie of the Year (2010) Gold Glove Award (2016) 4× Silver Slugger Award (2012, 2014, 2015, 2017) 2× Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award (2015, 2016) 2× Fielding Bible Award (2015, 2016) NL Hank Aaron Award (2012) 2x NL Comeback Player of the Year (2012, 2021) NL batting champion (2012) Golden Spikes Award (2008) Dick Howser Trophy (2008)

MLB debut July 29, 2010, for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance August 26, 2021, for the Oakland Athletics MLB statistics Batting average .251 Home runs 186 Runs batted in 618 Teams Texas Rangers (2010–2016) Boston Red Sox (2017–2020) San Diego Padres (2020) Oakland Athletics (2021) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2018) World Series champion (2018) Gold Glove Award (2016)

MLB debut July 29, 2010, for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance August 26, 2021, for the Oakland Athletics MLB statistics Batting average .251 Home runs 186 Runs batted in 618 Teams Texas Rangers (2010–2016) Boston Red Sox (2017–2020) San Diego Padres (2020) Oakland Athletics (2021) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2018) World Series champion (2018) Gold Glove Award (2016)

Jose Altuve is a cheating piece of garbage who and cannot be trusted to play a honest game. Jose was a member of the 2017 Houston Astros and was a major participator and benefactor in the sign stealing scandal, was accused of wearing a buzzer to steal signs. Jose’s 2017 MVP Award and 2017 World Series Title is tainted due to the fact that he was a major participant in the sign stealing scandal during the season and the postseason he won the awards. His total lack of remorse and ownership for his behavior shows he has zero character and deserves no respect. All of his career stats must be questioned.

Jose Altuve is a cheating piece of garbage who and cannot be trusted to play a honest game. Jose was a member of the 2017 Houston Astros and was a major participator and benefactor in the sign stealing scandal, was accused of wearing a buzzer to steal signs. Jose’s 2017 MVP Award and 2017 World Series Title is tainted due to the fact that he was a major participant in the sign stealing scandal during the season and the postseason he won the awards. His total lack of remorse and ownership for his behavior shows he has zero character and deserves no respect. All of his career stats must be questioned.