Tag: Every Red Sox Player Ever

Every Red Sox Player Ever – Jerry Remy

Advanced metrics may not be kind to the Rem Dawg, and perhaps he wasn’t the greatest player in Red Sox history. But, without the injuries he suffered that took away three of his prime seasons, he would’ve been more than likely a league-average regular for the vast majority of his Red Sox career. Traded to […]

Every Red Sox Player Ever: David Aardsma

On January 28, 2008, the Boston Red Sox traded Willy Mota and Miguel Socolovich to the Chicago White Sox for relief pitcher David Aardsma. The Red Sox wouldn’t miss either of those guys, especially Mota who never made the Majors. Socolovich would have a few appearances in the majors, but never have much of an […]

The Career Year – Sonny Siebert with the 1971 Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox had some pretty good baseball players back in the 1970’s. But, one you may not have heard much about was Sonny Siebert. A starting pitcher who was better known for his strong first few years with the Cleveland Indians, Siebert was mediocre in two of his four full seasons with the […]

What’s the Best Willie McGee Red Sox Baseball Card?

Willie McGee was a popular Major League Baseball player who mostly played for the St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants. He also played stints with two other teams: the Oakland Athletics and the Boston Red Sox. While his time with the Sox was short, only 67 games in 1995, there are a couple of […]

Pedro Martinez: Baseball Hall of Fame Pitching Great

Is Pedro Martinez the Greatest Pitcher of All Time? As one who grew up watching the exploits of Pedro Martinez on the mound for the Boston Red Sox, I can say without a doubt that he’s the greatest pitcher I’ve ever watched. I can quote a bunch of numbers from Baseball Reference that are pretty […]

Brief Baseball Bios – Earl Wilson

While the 1960 Topps baseball set is rightly better known for a much more valuable Red Sox rookie card in Carl Yastrzemski, another Boston rookie card also deserves attention: that of starting pitcher Earl Wilson. The right-handed Wilson actually didn’t start off that well in his two first two Major League Baseball stints in 1959 […]

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