The team announced Wednesday that Roger Clemens, Nomar Garciaparra and Pedro Martinez will be inducted into the team’s hall of fame this summer. In addition to the three players, radio broadcaster Joe Castiglione will be inducted, and the “Great Red Sox Moment” chosen to be commemorated will be Martinez’s 17-strikeout complete-game victory in Yankee Stadium in 1999.
In recent years, the team has inducted players Mo Vaughn, John Valentin, Frank Sullivan, Vern Stephens, George Scott, Everett Scott, Jerry Remy, Jimmy Piersall, Bill Lee, Tommy Harper, Mike Greenwell, Wes Ferrell, George Digby.
Managers Don Zimmer, DIck Williams and Joe Morgan have also been inducted.
With the impending inductions of Clemens, Garciaparra, Martinez and Castiglione, the Red Sox Hall of Fame will have 78 members.
Though the end of Clemens’ Red Sox tenure was unceremonious, the right-hander spent 13 seasons in Boston, and he’s the franchise leader in strikeouts with 2,590 "
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Pedro Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, Roger Clemens and Joe Castiglione have been selected as the 2014 Red Sox Hall of Fame inductees,Read more
BOSTON, MA ? Former Red Sox players Roger Clemens, Nomar Garciaparra, and Pedro Martinez have been selected as the 2014 Red SoxRead more
Nomar Garciaparra also gets the nod, and that's not exactly a shocker either. The last name though, will create a buzz: Roger Clemens.Read more