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List of Boston Red Sox team records

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carl Yastrzemski, who played in Major League Baseball for 23 seasons, all with the Boston Red Sox, holds multiple team records.
Carl Yastrzemski, who played in Major League Baseball for 23 seasons, all with the Boston Red Sox, holds multiple team records.

The Boston Red Sox are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team based in Boston, Massachusetts. They have competed in the American League (AL) since it was founded in 1901, and in the AL East division since it was formed in 1969. Note that before 1908, the team was known as the Boston Americans. The list below documents players (by careers and seasons) and teams (by seasons) that hold particular club records.

Individual player records

Note that these records reflect statistics only for a player's tenure with the Red Sox. For example, David Ortiz hit a total of 541 home runs during his MLB career; 483 with the Red Sox and 58 with the Minnesota Twins[1]—thus, Ted Williams' 521 home runs, all hit with the Red Sox, is the team record. Similarly, the team record for wins with the Red Sox is 192, accomplished both by Roger Clemens and Cy Young, who had major league career win totals of 354 and 511, respectively.

Note that "rate" categories (such as batting average or earned run average) have thresholds (such as a minimum number of at bats or innings pitched) for eligibility.

Key
Italics Statistic is ranked from low to high
Bold MLB record

The below tables have been updated with records through the 2020 season.

Batting

Statistic Career Single season
Stat value Player Stat value Player Season
Batting average .344 Ted Williams .406 Ted Williams 1941
On-base percentage .482[2] Ted Williams .553 Ted Williams 1941
Slugging percentage .634 Ted Williams .735 Ted Williams 1941
On-base plus slugging 1.116 Ted Williams 1.287 Ted Williams 1941
Games played 3,308 Carl Yastrzemski 163 Jim Rice 1978
At bats 11,988 Carl Yastrzemski 684 Nomar Garciaparra 1997
Plate appearances 13,992 Carl Yastrzemski 758 Wade Boggs 1985
Runs scored 1,816 Carl Yastrzemski 150 Ted Williams 1949
Hits 3,419 Carl Yastrzemski 240 Wade Boggs 1985
Total bases 5,539 Carl Yastrzemski 406 Jim Rice 1978
Singles 2,262 Carl Yastrzemski 187 Wade Boggs 1985
Doubles 646 Carl Yastrzemski 67[3] Earl Webb 1931
Triples 130 Harry Hooper 22 Tris Speaker 1913
Home runs 521 Ted Williams 54 David Ortiz 2006
RBIs 1,844 Carl Yastrzemski 175 Jimmie Foxx 1938
Walks 2,021 Ted Williams 162 Ted Williams 1947
1949
Strikeouts 1,643 Dwight Evans 187 Mike Napoli 2013
Stolen bases 300 Harry Hooper 70 Jacoby Ellsbury 2009
Runs created 2,393 Ted Williams 183 Jimmie Foxx
Ted Williams
1938
1941
Extra-base hits 1,157 Carl Yastrzemski 92 Jimmie Foxx 1938
Times on base 5,304 Carl Yastrzemski 358 Ted Williams 1949
Hit by pitch 86 Kevin Youkilis 35 Don Baylor 1986
Sacrifice hits 219 Duffy Lewis 54 Jack Barry 1917
Sacrifice flies 105 Carl Yastrzemski 12 Jackie Jensen
Jackie Jensen
Jimmy Piersall
1955
1959
1956
Intentional walks 243 Ted Williams 33 Ted Williams 1957
Grounded into double plays 323 Carl Yastrzemski 36[4] Jim Rice 1984
Caught stealing 116 Carl Yastrzemski 31 Duffy Lewis 1914
Outs made 9,126 Carl Yastrzemski 515 Jim Rice 1984
At bats per strikeout 40.9 Stuffy McInnis 64.9 Stuffy McInnis 1921
At bats per home run 14.4 Manny Ramirez 10.3 David Ortiz 2006

Source:[5][6]

Pitching

Statistic Career Single season
Stat value Player Stat value Player Season
Wins 192 Roger Clemens
Cy Young
34 Smoky Joe Wood 1912
Losses 168 Tim Wakefield 25 Red Ruffing 1928
Win-Loss % .760
(117–37)
Pedro Martínez .923
(12–1)
Clay Buchholz 2013
Saves 219 Jonathan Papelbon 46 Tom Gordon 1998
Earned run average (ERA) 1.99 Smoky Joe Wood 0.96 Dutch Leonard 1914
Walks plus hits per inning pitched (WHIP) .970 Chris Sale
Cy Young
.737[7] Pedro Martínez 2000
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched 13.214 Chris Sale 13.500 Chris Sale 2018
Strikeout to walk ratio 6.693 Chris Sale 8.875 Pedro Martínez 2000
Games pitched 637 Bob Stanley 81 Mike Timlin 2005
Innings pitched 3,006 Tim Wakefield 384 23 Cy Young 1902
Strikeouts 2,590 Roger Clemens 313 Pedro Martínez 1999
Games started 430 Tim Wakefield 43 Cy Young 1902
Games finished 377 Bob Stanley 69 Tom Gordon 1998
Complete games 275 Cy Young 41 Cy Young 1902
Shutouts 38 Roger Clemens
Cy Young
10 Smoky Joe Wood
Cy Young
1912
1904
Home runs allowed 401 Tim Wakefield 38 Rick Porcello
Tim Wakefield
2017
1996
Walks allowed 1,095 Tim Wakefield 134 Mel Parnell 1949
Hits allowed 2,931 Tim Wakefield 350 Cy Young 1902
Earned runs allowed 1,480 Tim Wakefield 140 Wes Ferrell 1936
Wild pitches 125 Tim Wakefield 21 Earl Wilson 1963
Hit batsmen 176 Tim Wakefield 20 Bronson Arroyo
Howard Ehmke
2004
1923
Batters faced 12,971 Tim Wakefield 1,508 Bill Dinneen 1902
Hits per nine innings pitched 6.754 Chris Sale 5.309 Pedro Martínez 2000
Walks per nine innings pitched .986 Cy Young .687 Cy Young 1904
Home runs per nine innings pitched .064 Rube Foster
Ernie Shore
Smoky Joe Wood
.030 Sad Sam Jones
Cy Young
1921
1908

Source:[8][9]

Fielding

This is a partial list of the team's single-season fielding records.

Statistic Qty. Player Season Ref.
Putouts 1586 Stuffy McInnis 1920 [10]
Assists 528 Rick Burleson 1980 [11]
Double plays turned as SS 147 Rick Burleson 1980 [12]
Pos. Games Putouts Assists Ref.
Qty. Player Season Qty. Player Season Qty. Player Season
C 154 Carlton Fisk 1978 972 Jason Varitek 1999 156 Lou Criger 1903 [13][14][15]
1B 162 Bill Buckner 1985 1586 Stuffy McInnis 1920 184 Bill Buckner 1985 [16][17][18]
2B 160 Dustin Pedroia 2013 443 Bobby Doerr 1950 490 Bobby Doerr 1943 [19][20][21]
3B 161 Wade Boggs 1985 203 Jimmy Collins 1901 368 Wade Boggs 1983 [22][23][24]
SS 157 Xander Bogaerts 2016 320 Johnny Pesky 1942 528 Rick Burleson 1980 [25][26][27]
LF 161 Carl Yastrzemski 1967 339 Jim Rice 1983 30 Duffy Lewis 1910 [28][29][30]
CF 157 Tris Speaker 1914 481 Dom DiMaggio 1948 35 Tris Speaker 1909
1912
[31][32][33]
RF 161 Dwight Evans 1982
1984
366 Mookie Betts 2017 27 Harry Hooper 1911 [34][35][36]
P 81 Mike Timlin 2005 42 Oil Can Boyd 1985 110 Smoky Joe Wood 1912 [37][38][39]

Team records

Note: games behind (GB) applies to non-first-place seasons, while games ahead (GA) applies to first-place seasons. The 2005 Red Sox, who finished in a tie for first in the American League East and were declared the Wild Card team based on head-to-head records, are not included in either category.

Statistic High Low
Stat value Season Stat value Season
Games played 163double-dagger 1961 Red Sox
1978 Red Sox
1985 Red Sox
60 2020 Red Sox
Wins 108 2018 Red Sox 43dagger 1932 Red Sox
Losses 111 1932 Red Sox 47dagger 1903 Americans
1912 Red Sox
Ties 6 1907 Americans
1914 Red Sox
0 many times
Win pct. .691
(105–47)
1912 Red Sox .279
(43–111)
1932 Red Sox
Games behind (GB) 64 1932 Red Sox 12 1972 Red Sox
Games ahead (GA) +​14 12 1903 Americans +1 1988 Red Sox
Runs scored 1,027 1950 Red Sox 463dagger 1906 Americans
Runs allowed 922 1925 Red Sox 380dagger 1918 Red Sox
Batters' average age 31.6 1905 Americans 24.9 1911 Red Sox
Pitchers' average age 33.6 2005 Red Sox 24.4 1916 Red Sox
Home attendance 3,062,699 2009 Red Sox 182,150dagger 1932 Red Sox

dagger These categories exclude the 2020 team that played a 60-game season; the team won 24 games and lost 36 games (a .400 winning percentage); scored 292 runs and allowed 351 runs; and played without fans in attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

double-dagger The 1961 and 1985 teams each had a tie game during their 162-game schedule that was subsequently replayed; the 1978 team played a tie-breaker game at the end of their 162-game schedule.

Source:[40]

See also

References

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