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  1. Tris Speaker

    Tris Speaker



    G H R HR RBI BA SLG
    2789 3514 1882 117 1529 .345 .500
  2. Five Sox in Nos. 1-25 in 'Hall Of 100'

    ESPNBoston.com

    ESPN.com's "Hall Of 100" -- a fresh look at the top 100 baseball players of all-time, steroid era and all -- revealed Nos. 25-1, a list that included five former prominent Red Sox players: * Tris Speaker at No. 25: Best I can tell, there hasn't ...

    Blog | December 13, 2012
  3. Introducing: Best season of all time bracket

    David Schoenfield

    In 1975, Joe Morgan hit .327 with 17 home runs and 94 RBIs. Those traditional statistics may not seem impressive, but Morgan's season ranks as one of the best in the game's history. As we begin voting Monday on the greatest individual season of al...

    Blog | March 05, 2012
  4. When was golden age for center fielders?

    David Schoenfield

    This is somewhat shocking to me: A center fielder hasn't won an MVP Award since Ken Griffey Jr. in 1997. (Josh Hamilton played some there last season, but the majority of his games came in left field.) Before that, it was Robin Yount in 1989. S...

    Blog | April 13, 2011
  5. All-time hits list stands test of time

    Jon Weisman

    One of my baptismal moments as a baseball fan came when I was about 9 or so, and I had a new baseball card that was one of those historical tributes, this one to Walter Johnson. Riding in the back of our '76 Plymouth van, I quizzed my dad on how many...

    Blog | March 05, 2011
  6. W2W4: MLB Streaks to Watch and the NHL Playoffs

    AP Photo/Mike Carlson Texas Rangers (5-4) vs New York Yankees (6-3) 7:05 PM ET, April 16, 2010 -- Yankee Stadium, New York, NY Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia almost had a "no-no" in his last trip to the hill, and will look for a similar outing to...

    Blog | April 16, 2010
  7. Nomar Retrospective

    ESPN Stats & Info

    After 14 seasons, 1,434 games and more than 6,000 trips to the plate, Nomar Garciaparra called it a career on Wednesday. The longtime infielder is likely to be remembered as one of the more-beloved players in Red Sox history, fitting for a man who ap...

    Blog | March 10, 2010
  8. Tris Jones named after Tris Speaker

    News in brief from around Major League Baseball.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2005