You forget just how good he was. Boggs, who wore No. 26 during his 11 seasons in Boston, had seven consecutive 200-hit seasons. He was the only batter in the 20th century to do so. He appeared in 12 All-Star games and finished with 3,010 hits and a .328 lifetime average.
Runner-up: Billy Williams
Worthy of consideration:
Boog Powell and Chase Utley
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