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Greatest Red Sox of All Time
COMPILED BY DAVID SABINO
November 10, 2004
TEDDY BALLGAME'S A LOCK. BUT WITH BOSTON'S WEALTH OF TALENT OVER THE YEARS, PICKING THE BEST OF THE REST IS A TALL ORDER. SO, SORRY, CY, AND TOUGH BEANS, BABE. HERE'S OUR LINEUP
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November 10, 2004

Greatest Red Sox Of All Time

TEDDY BALLGAME'S A LOCK. BUT WITH BOSTON'S WEALTH OF TALENT OVER THE YEARS, PICKING THE BEST OF THE REST IS A TALL ORDER. SO, SORRY, CY, AND TOUGH BEANS, BABE. HERE'S OUR LINEUP

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CARLTON FISK

CATCHER

RED SOX CAREER: 1969, '71-80

HONORS: Hall of Fame (2000); AL Rookie of the Year (1972); seven-time All-Star for the Red Sox;

Gold Glove ('72)

KEY STATS: 1,078 games, 1,097 hits, .284 average, 162 home runs, 568 RBIs

FROM THE PAGES OF SI: Catchers tend to be sweaty, squatty creatures with legs like a rhino's and the dirtiest uniforms on the diamond. Fisk's posture is classic. At ease, he favors a kind of a Greek-statue nonchalance, one hip thrown to the side. If he wore a Rollie Fingers mustache, he could pose for a daguerreotype, chest out, arms folded, like one of those 1890s Red Stockings.--July 30, 1973

ROGER CLEMENS

PITCHER

RED SOX CAREER: 1984-96

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