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Founded: 1901

Boston Red Sox

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Fenway Park - Boston, Massachusetts
Fenway Park - Boston, Massachusetts
Smith, Mike
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Tony Conigliaro

Injuries prevented Tony C. from ever reaching his potential. Off to a great start his first year with with 24 home runs, 52 RBI, and .290 average in 111 games, he broke his arm in August and finished behind Tony Oliva for 1964 Rookie of the Year honors. At the age of 22 in 1967 he became the youngest AL player to reach the 100 career home run plateau, but he suffered a horrendous injury after the All Star break when his left cheekbone and eye were severely damaged. He made a tremendous comeback a year and a half later and even had his best year in 1970, but was forced to retire early due to bad eyesight.


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Manager Joe Cronin
First Baseman George Scott
Second Baseman Bobby Doerr
Third Baseman Wade Boggs
Shortstop Nomar Garciaparra
Left Fielder Ted Williams
Center Fielder Fred Lynn
Right Fielder Carl Yastrzemski
Catcher Carlton Fisk
RH Pitcher Roger Clemens
LH Pitcher Babe Ruth
Closer Dick Radatz
Designated Hitter Jim Rice

Josh Beckett, Ellis Burks, Orlando Cabrera, Matt Clement, Jimmy Collins, Tony Conigliero, Johnny Damon, Dom Dimaggio, Jacoby Ellsbury, Dwight Evans, Keith Foulke, Larry Gardner, Rich Gedman, Billy Goodman, Lefty Grove, Shea Hillenbrand, Harry Hooper, Jackie Jensen, Byung-Hyun Kim, Ellis Kinder, Bill Lee, Jim Lonborg, Derek Lowe, Pedro Martinez, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Carl Mays, Doug Mientkiewicz, Kevin Millar, Bill Mueller, Trot Nixon, David Ortiz, Jon Papelbon, Mel Parnell, Dustin Pedroia, Johnny Pesky, Rico Petrocelli, Jeff Reardon, Dave Roberts, Pete Runnels, Wally Schang, Curt Schilling, Reggie Smith, Tris Speaker, Bob Stanley, Luis Tiant, Mo Vaughn, Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, Todd Walker, Smokey Joe Wood, Cy Young

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