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Red Sox announce members of the All Fenway Park Team

Roster Includes 40 Players and Three Managers Elected on as the Greatest at Their Positions at Fenway Park

BOSTON, MA – To conclude the season-long 100th Anniversary Celebration of Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox today presented the All Fenway Park Team comprising the greatest 40 Red Sox players, and three managers, in Fenway Park history to appear in their positions of play.

The All Fenway Park Team was voted on by fans, historians, Front Office staff, and the club's historical and archival consultants. Below are the three teams that make up the 40-man roster along with the three managers of each team.

Starting Lineup

(As voted by the fans)

First Reserves

Second Reserves

Carlton Fisk – C*

Jason Varitek – C*

Rich Gedman– C*

Jimmie Foxx – 1B**

Mo Vaughn – 1B

George Scott – 1B

Dustin Pedroia – 2B*

Bobby Doerr – 2B

Jerry Remy – 2B*

Wade Boggs – 3B

Mike Lowell – 3B

Frank Malzone – 3B*

Nomar Garciaparra – SS*

Johnny Pesky – SS**

Rico Petrocelli – SS*

Ted Williams – LF**

Carl Yastrzemski – LF*

Jim Rice – LF*

Fred Lynn – CF*

Dom DiMaggio – CF**

Reggie Smith –CF*

Dwight Evans – RF*

Trot Nixon – RF*

Tony Conigliaro – RF**

Pedro Martinez – RHP*

Roger Clemens – P*

Babe Ruth – P**

Lefty Grove – LHP**

Luis Tiant – P*

Smoky Joe Wood – P**

Jonathan Papelbon – Closer

Tim Wakefield – P*

Curt Schilling – P

David Ortiz – DH*

Dennis Eckersley – P*

Bill Lee – P*

Terry Francona – Manager

Dick Radatz – P**

Jim Lonborg – P*


Joe Cronin – Manager**

Dick Williams – Manager**

Pinch Runner/Pinch Hitter



Bernie Carbo – PH*



Dave Roberts – PR



*Indicates players in attendance at the September 26, 2012 pre-game ceremony

**Indicates players who are deceased

The breakdown of the three teams was determined by over 120,000 fan votes who selected players for the 40-man roster. Players on the starting team received the most votes, followed by the reserve players and managers. Joe Cronin was the last member of the Red Sox team to hold the title of both player and manager, however, he was elected into the All Fenway Park Team as a manager. For more information and complete bios on the players and managers, visit

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