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Team History

BUFFALO BISONS (III)
Western Association 1892-1900


BOSTON RED SOX
American League, 1901-present
AKA - Boston Somersets, 1901-1902 - Boston Pilgirms, 1903-1906
A.L. East Champion - 1974-1975, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995
A.L. Wild Card - 1998-1999
A.L. Champion - 1903, 1912, 1915-16, 1918, 1946, 1967, 1975, 1986
World Series Champion - 1903, 1912, 1915-16, 1918


Retired Numbers

1 Bobby Doerr  
4 Joe Cronin  
8 Carl Yastrzemski  
9 Ted Williams  


Red Sox Leaders

Batting Leaders (through the 1998 season)
Bold = Current Player
with the Red Sox


Batting Average (min. 500 games)

Runs Scored

Hits

Ted Williams (.344)

Carl Yastrzemski (1,816)

Carl Yastrzemski (3,419)

Wade Boggs (.338)

Ted Williams (1,798)

Ted Williams (2,654)

Tris Speaker (.337)

Dwight Evans (1,435)

Jim Rice (2,452)

Pete Runnels (.320)

Jim Rice (1,249)

Dwight Evans (2,373)

Jimmie Foxx (.3196)

Bobby Doerr (1,094)

Wade Boggs (2,098)

     

Doubles

Triples

Home Runs

Carl Yastrzemski (646)

Harry Hooper (130)

Ted Williams (521)

Ted Williams (525)

Tris Speaker (106)

Carl Yastrzemski (452)

Dwight Evans (474)

Buck Freeman (90)

Jim Rice (382)

Wage Boggs (422)

Bobby Doerr (89)

Dwight Evans (379)

Bobby Doerr (381)

Larry Gardner (87)

Mo Vaughn (230)

     

Runs Batted In

Stolen Bases

 

Carl Yastrzemski (1,844)

Harry Hooper (300)

 

Ted Williams (1,839)

Tris Speaker (267)

 

Jim Rice (1,451)

Carl Yastrzemski (168)

 

Dwight Evans (1,346)

Heinie Wagner (141)

 

Bobby Doerr (1,247)

Larry Gardner (134)

 

Pitching Leaders (through the 1998 season)
Bold = Current Player with the Red Sox

Earned Run Average (min. 500 IP)

Wins

Games Started

Joe Wood (1.99)

Roger Clemens (192)

Roger Clemens (382)

Cy Young (2.00)

Cy Young (192)

Cy Young (297)

Ernie Shore (2.12)

Mel Parnell (123)

Luis Tiant (238)

Dutch Leonard (2.13)

Luis Tiant (122)

Mel Parnell (232)

Babe Ruth (2.19)

Joe Wood (116)

Bill Monbouguette (228)

     

Strikeouts

Saves

Innings Pitched

Roger Clemens (2,590)

Bob Stanley (132)

Roger Clemens (2,776)

Cy Young (1,341)

Dick Radatz (104)

Cy Young (2,728)

Luis Tiant (1,075)

Ellis Kinder (91)

Luis Tiant (1,775)

Bruce Hurst (1,043)

Jeff Reardon (88)

Mel Parnell (1,753)

Joe Wood (986)

Sparky Lyle (69)

Bob Stanley (1,707)


Awards Won & Other Feats

A. L. MVP Jimmie Foxx, 1938
Ted Williams, 1946, 1949
Jackie Jensen, 1958
Carl Yastrzemski, 1967
Jim Rice, 1978
Roger Clemens, 1986
Mo Vaughn, 1995
 
A. L. Cy Young Award Jim Lonborg, 1967
Roger Clemens, 1986-1987, 1991
Pedro Martinez, 1999
 
A. L. Rolaids Relief Man Tom Gordon, 1998  
A. L. Rookie of the Year Walt Dropo, 1950
Don Schwall, 1961
Carlton Fisk, 1972
Fred Lynn, 1975
 
Gold Glove Award Mike Boddicker (P), 1990
Carlton Fisk (C), 1972
Tony Pena (C), 1991
George Scott (1B), 1967-1968, 1971
Doug Griffin (2B), 1972
Frank Malzone (3B), 1957-1959
Jimmy Piersall (OF), 1958
Jackie Jensen (OF), 1959
Carl Yastrzemski (OF), 1963, 1965, 1967-1969, 1971
Reggie Smith (OF), 1968
Fred Lynn (OF), 1975
Dwight Evans (OF), 1976, 1978-1979, 1981-1985
Ellis Burks, 1990
 
Silver Slugger Award Carney Lansford (3B), 1981
Wade Boggs (3B), 1983, 1986-1989, 1991
Jim Rice (OF), 1984
Tony Armas (OF), 1984
Don Baylor (DH), 1986
Mike Greenwell (OF), 1988
Ellis Burks (OF), 1990
Mo Vaughn (1B), 1995
John Valentin (SS), 1995
Nomar Garciaparra (SS), 1997
 
Manager of the Year John McNamara, 1986
Jimy Williams, 1999
 
A. L. Rolaids Relief Man Bill Campbell, 1977
Tom Gordon, 1998
 
A. L. Batting Champion Dale Alexander, 1932**
Jimmie Foxx, 1938
Ted Williams, 1941-1942, 1947-1948, 1957-1958
Billy Goodman, 1950
Pete Runnels, 1960, 1962
Carl Yaztrzemski, 1963, 1967-1968
Fred Lynn, 1979
Carney Lansford, 1981
Wade Boggs, 1983, 1985-1988
Normar Garciaparra (.357), 1999
 
A. L. Home Run Champion Buck Freeman, 1903
Jake Stahl, 1910
Tris Speaker, 1912*
Jimmie Foxx, 1939
Ted Williams, 1941-1942, 1947, 1949
Tony Conigliaro, 1965
Carl Yaztremski, 1967*
Jim Rice, 1977-1978, 1983
Dwight Evans, 1981*
Tony Armas, 1984
 
A. L. RBI Champion Buck Freeman, 1902-1903
Babe Ruth, 1919
Jimmie Foxx, 1938
Ted Williams, 1939, 1942, 1947, 1949*
Vern Stephens, 1949*, 1950*
Walt Dropo, 1950*
Jackie Jensen, 1955*, 1958-1959
Dick Stuart, 1963
Carl Yastrzemski, 1967
Ken Harrelson, 1968
Jim Rice, 1978, 1983*
Tony Armas, 1984
Mo Vaughn, 1995*
 
A. L. Batting Triple Crown Ted Williams, 1942 (.343, 36 HR, 137 RBI)
Ted Williams, 1947 (.343, 32 HR, 114 RBI)
Carl Yastrzemski, 1967 (.326, 44 HR*, 121 RBI)
 
A. L. Stolen Base Champion Buddy Myer, 1928
Bill Werber, 1934-1935
Ben Chapman, 1937***
Dom DiMaggio, 1950
Jackie Jenson, 1954
Tommy Harper, 1973
 
A. L. ERA Champion Cy Young, 1901
Dutch Leonard, 1914
Smokey Joe Wood, 1915
Babe Ruth, 1916
Lefty Grove, 1935-1936, 1938-1939
Mel Parnell, 1949
Luis Tiant, 1972
Roger Clemens, 1986, 1990-1992
Pedro Martinez (2.07), 1999
 
A. L. Strikeout Champion Cy Young, 1901
Ted Hughson, 1942*
Jim Lonborg, 1967
Roger Clemens, 1988, 1991, 1996
Pedro Martinez (313), 1999
 
A. L. Pitching Triple Crown Cy Young, 1901 (1.62 ERA, 33-10, 158 K)
Pedro Martinez, 1999 (2.07 ERA, 23-4 313 K)
 
Perfect Games & No Hitters Cy Young (vs. Philadelphia), 5/5/04 - Perfect Game
Jesse Tannehill (vs. Chicago), 8/17/04
Bill Dinneen (vs. Chicago), 9/27/05
Cy Young (at New York), 6/30/08
Smokey Joe Wood (vs. St. Louis), 7/19/11
Rube Foster (vs. New York), 6/16/16
Hub Leonard (vs. St. Louis), 8/30/16

Ernie Shore (vs. Washington), 6/23/17 - Perfect Game****
Hub Leornard (at Detroit), 6/3/18
Howard Ehmke (at Philadelphia), 9/7/23
Mel Parnell (vs. Chicago), 7/14/56
Earl Wilson (vs. Los Angeles), 6/26/62
Bill Monbouquette (at Chicago), 8/1/62
Dave Morehear (vs. Cleveland), 9/16/65
 
ALCS MVP Marty Barrett, 1986  
All Star Game MVP Ted Williams, 1941, 1946
Bobby Doerr, 1943
Carl Yastrzemski, 1970
Roger Clemens, 1986
Pedro Martinez, 1999
 
*Co-champion **Also played with the Detroit Tigers ***Also played with the Washington Senators
****Babe Ruth started for Boston, walking Senators' lead-off batter Ray Morgan, then was thrown out of the game for arguing the call. Shore came on in relief. Morgan was caught stealing and Shore retired the next 26 batters in a row. While technically not a perfect game, since he didn't start, Shore gets credit anyway.


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