Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

The Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame, opened in 1995, honors players who spent at least three years with the club and have been out of uniform as an active player at least three years. Non-uniformed honorees and memorable moments are chosen by a unanimous vote of the Hall of Fame Selection Committee, a 15-member committee of team broadcasters and executives, past and present media personnel, and representatives from The Sports Museum of New England and the BoSox Booster Club.

Honorees have been selected every other year since 2000. The following is a list of members ordered by year of induction. The memorable moment recognized during each ceremony is also listed.


Memorable moment: The Red Sox win Game 4 of the 2004 World Series 3-0 over the St. Louis Cardinals,  which clinches the team’s first world championship in 86 years.


Memorable moment: Pumpsie Green makes his major league debut as the first African American player in Red Sox history on 21 July 1959.


Memorable moment: David Ortiz ties Game 2 of the 2013 ALCS against the Detroit Tigers with a grand slam into the Red Sox bullpen at Fenway Park.


Memorable moment: Pedro Martinez allows just one hit while striking out 17 New York batters in a 3-1 Red Sox win at Yankee Stadium on 10 September 1999.


Memorable moment: The Red Sox defeat the Twins 5-3 at Fenway Park on the final day of the 1967 season to capture the American League pennant for the first time since 1946.


Memorable moment: Tom Brunansky‘s diving catch of Ozzie Guillen’s line drive in the ninth inning of the season-ending game preserves a Red Sox victory and sends them to the 1990 playoffs.


Memorable moment: Ted Williams hits a home run in his final Major League at-bat on 28 September 1960 versus the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park.


Memorable moment: Dave Roberts steals second base as a pinch-runner in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the 2004 American League Championship Series; he later scores on a Bill Mueller single and Boston goes on to come back from a 3-0 series deficit and win the pennant.


Memorable moment: Bernie Carbo‘s pinch-hit, three-run home run in the eighth inning of Game 6 of the 1975 World Series ties the score at 6-6 and sets up Fisk’s dramatics in the 12th inning.


Memorable moment: Earl Wilson throws a no-hitter on 26 June 1962 at Fenway Park and became the first black major leaguer to pitch an American League no-hitter.


Memorable moment: Dave Henderson‘s game-changing home run in the ninth inning of Game 5 of the 1986 American League Championship Series sets the table for Boston’s comeback from a 3-1 series deficit against the California Angels.


Memorable moment: Carlton Fisk hits a game-winning home run in the 12th inning of Game 6 of the 1975 World Series at Fenway Park to force a seventh game.


Memorable moment: Roger Clemens strikes out 20 Mariner batters on 29 April 1986 to set a new MLB record, the first of two 20-strikeout performances in his career (both with Boston).