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Big Papi was the latest, most productive—and certainly the most popular—in a line of big, burly Red Sox players that includes George Scott and Mo Vaughn.After several years failing to make a go of it at Minnesota, Ortiz became an instant hit in Boston after and ultimately emerged as one of the game’s most beloved baseball personalities, the prime power source who energized the Red Sox to their first three World Series titles after nearly 100 years of championship drought.
Williams totaled 521 home runs and 2,654 hits, but he easily would have increased those figures to, respectively, 600 and 3,000 had he not missed nearly five seasons’ worth of ball due to military service, as he was one of only a handful of major leaguers to serve time in both World War II and the Korean conflict.
Known for his routine of spitting on his batting gloves and slapping them together between every pitch (until baseball’s pace-of-play rules threatened to put an end to it in 2015), Ortiz put up voluminous numbers at his peak, forming a devastating one-two punch with Manny Ramirez that helped make history when, in 2004, the two became the first pair of teammates since Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in 1931 to each hit over .300 with over 40 homers and 130 RBIs in the same year.
On his own, he launched a Red Sox-record 54 home runs in 2006.
Yastrzemski hit 40 or more homers three times over a four-year period, but otherwise never hit more than 28.
Overall, he slumped through the early 1970s, but later revived his play as the team came back to life with young stars Jim Rice, Fred Lynn and Dwight Evans; he knocked in 100 RBIs in back-to-back seasons (1976-77) and, in 1982 as he approached his 43rd birthday, was hitting well above .300 before cooling off late in the summer.
Yastrzemski’s 3,419 career hits are the most by any Red Sox player and good for eighth on the all-time list; he’s also the club leader in runs, RBIs and doubles.