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Boston Red Sox

All Time Catcher

Carlton Fisk

Fisk etched himself permanently into baseball history with a 12th inning game winning home run in game 6 of the 1975 World Series--the game that is often declared the "greatest single World Series game ever played." If you don't remember his body movement urging the ball to stay fair, you're sure to see it on numerous retrospectives. The seven time All Star had an excellent career and was the 12th catcher to be inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame in 2000, the same year his number 27 was formally retired at Fenway Park.


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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

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