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Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

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Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame logo

The Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame was instituted in 1995 to recognize the careers of selected former Boston Red Sox players, coaches and managers, and non-uniformed personnel. A 15-member selection committee of Red Sox broadcasters and executives, past and present media personnel, and representatives from The Sports Museum of New England and the BoSox Club are responsible for nominating candidates.[1][2]

Criteria

The criteria for selection into the Hall is as follows:

  • Player to be eligible for nomination must have played a minimum of three years with the Boston Red Sox and must also have been out of uniform as an active player a minimum of three years.
  • Non-uniformed honorees such as broadcasters and front office execs are inducted by a unanimous vote of the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame selection committee. The memorable moment will be chosen by the committee as well.
  • Former Boston Red Sox players and personnel in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, will be automatically enshrined in the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame.[1]

Inductees

The following 16 people were included as charter members of the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame, by virtue of prior induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame:

Induction ceremonies for additional honorees were held on:

Key
Class Year of announcement / induction
Bold Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
dagger
Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Red Sox
Bold Recipient of the Hall of Fame's Ford C. Frick Award
Members of the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame
Class No. Name Position(s) Tenure
Charter Eddie Collins
Formally inducted in 2006
General manager 1933–1947
Jimmy Collinsdagger
Formally inducted in 2004
3B
Manager
1901–1907
1901–1906
4, 6 Joe Cronindagger SS
Manager
1935–1945
1935–1947
1, 9 Bobby Doerrdagger 2B 1937–1944, 1946–1951
2, 7, 9 Rick Ferrelldagger C 1933–1937
3 Jimmie Foxxdagger
Formally inducted in 1997
1B 1936–1942
10 Lefty Grovedagger P 1934-1941
Harry Hooperdagger
Formally inducted in 1997
RF 1909–1920
17 Herb Pennockdagger P 1915–1917, 1919–1922, 1934
Red Ruffing P 1924–1930
Babe Ruth OF/P 1914–1919
Tris Speaker
Formally inducted in 2000
CF 1907–1915
9 Ted Williamsdagger LF 1939–1942, 1946–1960
8 Carl Yastrzemskidagger LF/1B 1961–1983
Tom Yawkey Owner 1933–1976
Cy Young
Formally inducted in 1997
P
Manager
1901–1908
1907
1995 25 Tony Conigliaro RF 1964–1967, 1969–1970, 1975
7 Dom DiMaggio CF 1940–1942, 1946–1953
11, 43 Frank Malzone 3B 1955–1965
6 Johnny Pesky SS/3B
Manager
1942, 1946–1952
1963–1964, 1980
14 Jim Ricedagger LF/DH 1974–1989
Smoky Joe Wood P/OF 1908–1915
Jean R. Yawkey Owner 1976–1992
1997 27, 40 Carlton Fiskdagger C 1969, 1971–1980
Dick O'Connell Executive 1961–1977
17 Mel Parnell P 1947–1956
6, 38 Rico Petrocelli SS/3B 1963, 1965–1976
17 Dick Radatz P 1962–1966
23 Luis Tiant P 1971–1978
2000 Ken Coleman Broadcaster 1965–1974, 1979–1989
24, 40 Dwight Evans RF 1972–1990
Larry Gardner 3B 1908–1917
Curt Gowdy Broadcaster 1951–1965
4, 30 Jackie Jensen RF 1954–1959, 1961
Ned Martin Broadcaster 1961–1992
27 Bill Monbouquette P 1958–1965
7, 41 Reggie Smith RF/CF 1966–1973
46 Bob Stanley P 1977–1989
2002 7 Rick Burleson SS 1974–1980
33, 38 Dave Ferriss P 1945–1950
Lou Gorman General manager 1984–1993
John Harrington CEO 1992–1999
15, 21, 29 Tex Hughson P 1941–1944, 1946–1949
Duffy Lewis LF 1910–1917
16 Jim Lonborg P 1965–1971
19 Fred Lynn CF 1974–1980
2004 26 Wade Boggsdagger 3B 1982–1992
Bill Carrigan C
Manager
1906, 1908–1916
1913–1916, 1927–1929
43 Dennis Eckersley P 1978–1984, 1998
10, 28 Billy Goodman IF 1947–1957
47 Bruce Hurst P 1980–1988
Ben Mondor Pawtucket Red Sox owner 1977–2010
3 Pete Runnels IF
Manager
1958–1962
1966
16, 30, 41 Haywood Sullivan C
General partner
1955, 1957, 1959–1960
1978–1993
2006 Dick Bresciani Executive 1972–2014
16 Ellis Kinder P 1948–1955
35 Joe Morgan Coach
Manager
1985–1988
1988–1991
2 Jerry Remy 2B
Broadcaster
1978–1984
1988–2021
5, 15, 39 George Scott 1B 1966–1971, 1977–1979
5 Vern Stephens SS 1948–1952
16 Dick Williams OF/3B
Manager
1963–1964
1967–1969
2008[3] George Digby Scout 1944–2009
12 Wes Ferrell P 1934–1937
37, 39 Mike Greenwell LF 1985–1996
Edward F. Kenney Sr. Executive 1948–1991
37 Bill Lee P 1969–1978
Everett Scott SS 1914–1921
18, 30 Frank Sullivan P 1953–1960
42 Mo Vaughn 1B 1991–1998
2010[4] 4 Tommy Harper OF/3B 1972–1974
2, 12 Eddie Kasko SS/3B
Manager
1966
1970–1973
2, 24, 26, 34, 37 Jimmy Piersall CF 1950, 1952–1958
13 John Valentin SS/3B 1992–2001
23, 34 Don Zimmer Coach
Manager
1974–1976, 1992
1976–1980
2012[5] 17 Marty Barrett 2B 1982–1990
12, 25 Ellis Burks OF 1987–1992, 2004
15, 17, 19, 32 Joe Dobson P 1941–1943, 1946–1950, 1954
Dutch Leonard P 1913–1918
Joe Mooney Groundskeeper 1971–2000
38 Curt Schilling P 2004–2007
John I. Taylor Owner 1904–1911
2014[6] Joe Castiglione Broadcaster 1983–present
21 Roger Clemens P 1984–1996
5 Nomar Garciaparra SS 1996–2004
45 Pedro Martínezdagger P 1998–2004
2016[7] Ira Flagstead OF 1923–1929
Larry Lucchino Executive 2001–2015
33, 47 Jason Varitek C 1997–2011
49 Tim Wakefield P 1995–2011
2018[8] Buck Freeman RF 1901–1907
Al Green Fenway Park guest relations 1973–present
32, 43 Derek Lowe P 1997–2004
25 Mike Lowell 3B 2006–2010
20 Kevin Youkilis 1B/3B 2004–2012
Announced but not yet formally inducted
2020[9] Bill Dinneen P 1902–1907
Dan Duquette General manager 1994–2002
10 Rich Gedman C 1980–1990
34 David Ortizdagger DH 2003–2016
24 Manny Ramirez LF 2001–2008
2022[10] 15 Dustin Pedroia 2B 2006–2019

Moments

Each class of inductees has also included a memorable moment in Red Sox history:

Key
Class Year of announcement
Date When the noted game was played
Box Link to box score for the noted game
Class Date Name Opponent "Moment" description Box
1995 April 29, 1986 Roger Clemens Seattle Mariners First 20-strikeout performance [11]
1997 October 21, 1975 Carlton Fisk Cincinnati Reds Game-winning home run in bottom of the 12th to win Game 6 of 1975 World Series [12]
2000 October 12, 1986 Dave Henderson California Angels Top of the 9th home run to take the lead, and top of the 11th sacrifice fly that drove in the winning run, in Game 5 of the 1986 ALCS [13]
2002 June 26, 1962 Earl Wilson Los Angeles Angels No-hitter [14]
2004 October 21, 1975 Bernie Carbo Cincinnati Reds Game-tying three-run home run in 8th inning of Game 6 of 1975 World Series [12]
2006 October 17, 2004 Dave Roberts New York Yankees Bottom of the 9th pinch-run stolen base to start rally in Game 4 of 2004 ALCS [15]
2008 September 28, 1960 Ted Williams Baltimore Orioles Home run in final major-league at-bat [16]
October 19, 2004 Curt Schilling New York Yankees "Bloody sock" performance in Game 6 of 2004 ALCS [17]
2010 October 3, 1990 Tom Brunansky Chicago White Sox Game-winning catch in American League East division clinching win [18]
2012 October 1, 1967 1967 Red Sox Minnesota Twins "Impossible Dream" season's pennant-clinching victory [19]
2014 September 10, 1999 Pedro Martínez New York Yankees 1-hit, 17-strikeout winning performance [20]
2016 October 13, 2013 David Ortiz Detroit Tigers Grand slam in bottom of the 8th to tie Game 2 of 2013 ALCS [21]
2018 July 21, 1959 Pumpsie Green Chicago White Sox Debuts as the first African-American player for the Red Sox [22]
2020 October 27, 2004 2004 Red Sox St. Louis Cardinals 2004 World Series clinching win in Game 4 [23]

Source:[24]

See also

Sources

  1. ^ a b "Red Sox Hall of Fame". MLB.com. Retrieved June 25, 2021.
  2. ^ O'Connell, Jack; Doyle, Paul (May 13, 1995). "A Red Sox Hall of Fame". Hartford Courant. Hartford, Connecticut. p. C5. Retrieved June 25, 2021 – via newspapers.com.
  3. ^ a b Dzen, Gary (February 25, 2008). "Eight selected to Red Sox Hall of Fame". Boston.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  4. ^ a b Finn, Chad (September 17, 2010). "Red Sox induct Hall of Fame class of 2010". Boston.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  5. ^ a b Forde, Craig (August 3, 2012). "Red Sox induct Schilling, Barrett, Burks, others into hall of fame". Boston.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  6. ^ a b McNair, Rick (August 15, 2014). "Closing the circle for Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame trio". bosoxinjection.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  7. ^ a b Smith, Christopher (January 11, 2016). "Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame 2016: Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, Larry Lucchino, Ira Flagstead elected". MassLive.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  8. ^ a b Maher, Tyler (May 25, 2018). "Lowell, Lowe, Youk inducted into Boston HOF". MLB.com. Retrieved June 26, 2021.
  9. ^ @PeteAbe (December 3, 2019). "#RedSox Hall of Fame class:" (Tweet). Retrieved December 3, 2019 – via Twitter.
  10. ^ "'It means the world to me to be a Red Sox:' Dustin Pedroia gets fitting farewell at Fenway". The Boston Globe. June 25, 2021. Retrieved June 25, 2021.
  11. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 3, Seattle Mariners 1".
  12. ^ a b "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 7, Cincinnati Reds 6".
  13. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 7, California Angels 6".
  14. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 2, Los Angeles Angels 0".
  15. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 6, New York Yankees 4".
  16. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 5, Baltimore Orioles 4".
  17. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 4, New York Yankees 2".
  18. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 3, Chicago White Sox 1".
  19. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 5, Minnesota Twins 3".
  20. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 3, New York Yankees 1".
  21. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 6, Detroit Tigers 5".
  22. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Chicago White Sox 2, Boston Red Sox 1".
  23. ^ "Retrosheet Boxscore: Boston Red Sox 3, St. Louis Cardinals 0".
  24. ^ "Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame". fenwayfanatics.com. February 2012. Retrieved June 25, 2021.

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