BOSTON RED SOX HALL OF FAME

Inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame November 14, 2002

In 1995 the Red Sox Hall of Fame was instituted to recognize the outstanding careers of former Red Sox players and managers. A 14-member selection committee of Red Sox broadcasters and executives, past and present media personnel, and representatives from The Sports Museum of New England and the BoSox Booster Club is responsible for nominating candidates. The feats of non-uniformed Red Sox personnel are also considered for induction into the Hall. A memorable moment in Red Sox history is regarded as well for its special significance.

To be eligible for nomination, players must have played at least three years with the Red Sox and must also have been out of uniform as an active player at least three years.

Fred Lynn Inducted Into The Red Sox Hall Of Fame

November 14, 2002 Fred Lynn was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame. After being traded from the Red Sox over 22 years ago, Fred Lynn was reunited with the Red Sox and will forever be enshrined in the Red Sox Hall of Fame. While Fred Lynn was with the Red Sox, he was the first player to win rookie of the year and MVP in the same season, in won four gold gloves, 1979 batting title, and six All Star appearances.

The Red Sox inducted the Class of 2002 into the Hall of Fame on Thursday, including (from left) Earl Wilson, Lou Gorman, Jim Lonborg, John Harrington, Fred Lynn, Rick Burleson, Dave “Boo” Ferriss and Stanley Hughson, representing his father Tex. (Brita Meng Outzen/MLB.com)

2002 Red Sox Hall of Fame Induction Class
Fred Lynn Red Sox Hall Of Fame
1974-1980 The Emergence of Fred Lynn in Boston
  • 1974, batted .419 in his debut season with the Red Sox

  • 1975 American League MVP with 22 of 24 1st place votes

  • 1975 American League Rookie of The Year

  • 1975 Associated Press Athlete of the Year Award
  • 1975 Sporting News Player of the Year Award
  • 1975 Sporting News Rookie Player of the Year Award
  • 1979 American League Batting Title Champion

  • 1979, hit a career high 39 home runs with 122 RBIs

  • 1979, finished 4th in voting for AL MVP

Fred Lynn Gold Glove Awards, Centerfield
  • 1975 Glove Glove, American League Outfield

  • 1978 Glove Glove, American League Outfield

  • 1979 Glove Glove, American League Outfield

  • 1980 Glove Glove, American League Outfield

Fred Lynn All-Star Games
  • 1975 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox
  • 1976 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox

  • 1977 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox

  • 1978 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox

  • 1975 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox

  • 1980 American League All-Star, Boston Red Sox

  • 1981 American League All-Star, California Angels

  • 1982 American League All-Star, California Angels

  • 1983 American League All-Star, California Angels

  • 1983 All-Star Game MVP

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