Red Sox Legends
Take a trip down memory lane. You have heard their names, but now you can take a look at them. This is an outstanding collection of black and white photos that all Red Sox fans will enjoy.
Red Sox Legends
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Managers John McGraw, New York NL, and Jake Stahl, Boston AL, at World Series in 1912.
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THE 1912 WORLD SERIES The Boston Red Sox beat the New York Giants four games to three (with one tie). 1912 World Series Was One for the Books - NYTimes.com
Boston Red Sox pitcher Wes Ferrell (in a windbreaker) on the dugout steps at Fenway Park. Approx. 1935
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(l to r:) Boston Red Sox Mel Almada, Billy Werber (in civvies) and Boston Red Sox Rick Ferrell standing along the railing at Fenway Park between 1933 and 1936.
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1933 - 1936 (approximate) Boston Red Sox Mel Almada, Billy Werber (in civvies) and Boston Red Sox Rick Ferrell standing along the railing at Fenway Park.
(l to r:) Boston Red Sox catcher Rick Ferrell and Boston Red Sox pitcher Wes Ferrell holding bats on the dugout steps at Fenway Park around 1935.
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An unknown Boston Red Sox batter pops one up against the Boston Braves in the annual City Series pre-season exhibition game at Braves Field in 1937.
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Ossie Schreckengost Boston Americans circa 1901
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CATCHER: Ossie Schreckengost played only a single season for the Boston Americans (1901). He played 7 years with the Philadelphia Athletics. An original "utility player" at catcher and first base, he had a .271 lifetime batting average. He may be best remembered for being Rube Waddell's primary catcher and roommate for the duration of Waddell's Philadelphia Athletic years.
Dom Dallesandro - Red Sox 1936