Top Ten Best Red Sox Players

The Top Ten
1 Ted Williams

Best player ever. PERIOD. Ted Williams was amazing. 521 hits, A.344 career average, Triple Crown, AND A.406 season- and he's not called a fan favorite? He missed several seasons in the army, and he was still a one-man powerhouse.

Teddy Ball Game! He was and still is awesome. Number 9!

2 Carl Yastrzemski

they're were 2 years that Red Sox fans remember no. 8. 1967 and 1979. 1967: While the so-called experts picked the Red Sox no better than 8th in the baseball preview magazines. Yaz went into a vengeful offseason workout to get himself ready for that season. When the season ended yaz became the man in Boston and the Triple Crown for good measure. 1979: One year removed from the Red Sox' biggest collapse in baseball history. Yaz put together a good season for him, good enough to first hit his 400th home run at Fenway Park against the Oakland A's and then hit his 3,000th hit at yes Fenway Park against the reiging Al East Champions The New York Yankees. Yaz one of baseball's all time immortals.

He's the best all around player here because of defense and stolen bases. That sets him apart from Ted.

Hitting, defense, and charisma.

3 Wade Boggs
4 Jimmie Foxx
5 Carlton Fisk
6 Roger Clemens
7 Pedro Martinez Pedro Martinez Pedro Jaime Martínez, is a Dominican former professional baseball starting pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball from 1992 to 2009, for five teams - most notably the Boston Red Sox from 1998 to 2004.
8 Cy Young

This man is the best pitcher of all time that's why it's called the Cy Young award he has the record for most career wins and innings pitched to this day along with only a 2.63 ERA Need to be higher on the list - donovanthorn

9 Jason Varitek
10 David Ortiz David Ortiz David Américo Ortiz Arias, nicknamed "Big Papi," is a Dominican American former professional baseball designated hitter and occasional first baseman who played 20 Major League Baseball seasons, primarily with the Boston Red Sox, but also with the Minnesota Twins.

David Ortiz is a great player. Later in his career, he's still jacking it out of the park all the time. Great hitter, but the slightly problematic defense is enough to keep him away from no. 1.

The Contenders
11 Jim Rice
12 Johnny Pesky

Let's make it short and oh so sweet. Pesky had a career .307 batting average. His career was oh so good considering he played with teammate Ted Williams. In 1942, he got off to a great start, he had 205 hits. In 1946, he played in the ALL-Star Game at his home turf Fenway Park. In 1947, he had 207 hits while making Fenway the place to be for great talent to play. In 1995, he was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame.
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HE HAS A POLE NAMED AFTER HIM!

13 Nomar Garciaparra
14 Lefty Grove
15 Bobby Doerr
16 Tim Wakefield
17 Babe Ruth Babe Ruth George Herman Ruth Jr., better known as Babe Ruth, was an American professional baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935.
18 Tris Speaker
19 Manny Ramirez Manny Ramirez Manuel S. "Manny" Ramírez is an American football guard for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League.

This list is nothing without #24! - DMacLean15

20 Dustin Pedroia

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21 Dwight Evans
22 Ellis Burks
23 Kevin Youkilis
24 J.D. Martinez
25 Tony Conigliaro
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