List of Boston Red Sox awards


List of Boston Red Sox awards

This is a list of Boston Red Sox players awards winners and single-season leaderboards.

Abbreviations

* p: pitcher
* c: catcher
* 1b: first baseman
* 2b: second baseman
* 3b: third baseman
* ss: shortstop
* lf: left fielder
* cf: center fielder
* rf: right fielder
* if: infielder
* of: outfielder
* dh: designated hitter

MVP Award winners

*1912: Tris Speaker
*1938: Jimmie Foxx
*1946: Ted Williams
*1949: Ted Williams
*1958: Jackie Jensen
*1967: Carl Yastrzemski
*1975: Fred Lynn
*1978: Jim Rice
*1986: Roger Clemens
*1995: Mo Vaughn


=Cy Young Award winners=

*1967: Jim Lonborg
*1986: Roger Clemens
*1987: Roger Clemens
*1991: Roger Clemens
*1999: Pedro Martínez
*2000: Pedro Martínez

Rookie of the Year Award winners

*1950: Walt Dropo
*1961: Don Schwall
*1972: Carlton Fisk
*1975: Fred Lynn
*1997: Nomar Garciaparra
*2007: Dustin Pedroia

Silver Slugger Award winners

*1981: Carney Lansford (3B) - Dwight Evans (rf)
*1983: Wade Boggs (3b) - Jim Rice (lf)
*1984: Tony Armas (cf) - Jim Rice (lf)
*1986: Wade Boggs (3b) - Don Baylor (dh)
*1987: Wade Boggs (3b) - Dwight Evans (rf-1b)
*1988: Wade Boggs (3b) - Mike Greenwell (lf)
*1989: Wade Boggs (3b)
*1990: Ellis Burks (cf)
*1991: Wade Boggs (3b)
*1995: John Valentin (ss) - Mo Vaughn (1b)
*1997: Nomar Garciaparra (ss)
*2001: Manny Ramírez (of)
*2002: Manny Ramírez (dh)
*2003: Bill Mueller - Manny Ramírez (of)
*2004: David Ortiz (dh) - Manny Ramírez (of)
*2005: David Ortiz (dh) - Manny Ramírez (of)
*2006: David Ortiz (dh) - Manny Ramírez (of)

Gold Glove Award winners

Fifteen different Red Sox players have won a total of 37 Gold Gloves since the award was begun in 1957. Dwight Evans with eight Gold Gloves is the all-time Red Sox leader while Carl Yastrzemski is second with seven. Only three outfielders have won more Gold Gloves than Evans: Willie Mays (12), Roberto Clemente (12) and Al Kaline (10).

The following is a list of Red Sox Gold Glove winners:
*1957: Frank Malzone (3b) [one major league selected]
*1958: Frank Malzone (3b) [2] - Jim Piersall (cf)
*1959: Frank Malzone (3b) [3] - Jackie Jensen (rf)
*1963: George Scott (1b) - Carl Yastrzemski (lf)
*1965: George Scott (1b) [2] - Carl Yastrzemski (lf)
*1968: George Scott (1b) [3] - Reggie Smith (of) - Carl Yastrzemski (of)
*1969: Carl Yastrzemski (of)
*1971: George Scott (1b) [4] - Carl Yastrzemski (of)
*1972: Carlton Fisk (c) - Doug Griffin (2b)
*1975: Fred Lynn (of)
*1976: Dwight Evans (of) - Cal Yastrzemski (of)
*1977: Carl Yastrzemski (of)
*1978: Dwight Evans (of) - Fred Lynn (of) [2]
*1979: Rick Burleson (ss) - Dwight Evans (of) - Fred Lynn (of) [3]
*1980: Fred Lynn (of) [4]
*1981: Dwight Evans (of)
*1982: Dwight Evans (of)
*1983: Dwight Evans (of)
*1984: Dwight Evans (of)
*1985: Dwight Evans (of)
*1990: Mike Boddicker (p) - Ellis Burks (of)
*1991: Tony Peña (c)
*2005: Jason Varitek (c)
*2007: Kevin Youkilis (1b)


=Relief Man of the Year Award=

*1977: Bill Campbell
*1998: Tom Gordon

ingle Season leaders

Hitters

*Batting Champions
**1938: Jimmie Foxx (.349)
**1941: Ted Williams (.406)
**1942: Ted Williams (.356)
**1947: Ted Williams (343)
**1948: Ted Williams (.369)
**1950: Billy Goodman (.354)
**1957: Ted Williams (.388)
**1958: Ted Williams (.328)
**1960: Pete Runnels (.320)
**1962: Pete Runnels (.326)
**1963: Carl Yastrzemski (.321)
**1967: Carl Yastrzemski (.326)
**1968: Carl Yastrzemski (.301)
**1979: Fred Lynn (.333)
**1981: Carney Lansford (.336)
**1983: Wade Boggs (.361)
**1985: Wade Boggs (.368)
**1986: Wade Boggs (.357)
**1987: Wade Boggs (.363)
**1988: Wade Boggs (.366)
**1999: Nomar Garciaparra (.357)
**2000: Nomar Garciaparra (.372)
**2002: Manny Ramírez (.349)
**2003: Bill Mueller (.326)

*Home Run Champions
**1910: Jake Stahl (10)
**1918: Babe Ruth (11)
**1919: Babe Ruth (29)
**1939: Jimmie Foxx (35)
**1941: Ted Williams (37)
**1942: Ted Williams (36)
**1947: Ted Williams (32)
**1949: Ted Williams (43)
**1965: Tony Conigliaro (32)
**1967: Carl Yastrzemski (44)
**1977: Jim Rice (39)
**1978: Jim Rice (46)
**1981: Dwight Evans (22)
**1983: Jim Rice (39)
**1984: Tony Armas (43)
**2004: Manny Ramírez (43)
**2006: David Ortiz (54)

*RBI Champions
**1902: Buck Freeman (121)
**1903: Buck Freeman (104)
**1919: Babe Ruth (114)
**1938: Jimmie Foxx (175)
**1939: Ted Williams (145)
**1942: Ted Williams (137)
**1947: Ted Williams (114)
**1949: Vern Stephens and Ted Williams (159)
**1950: Walt Dropo and Vern Stephens (144)
**1955: Jackie Jensen: (116)
**1958: Jackie Jensen (122)
**1959: Jackie Jensen (112)
**1963: Dick Stuart (118)
**1967: Carl Yastrzemski (121)
**1968: Ken Harrelson (109)
**1978: Jim Rice (139)
**1983: Jim Rice (126)
**1984: Tony Armas (123)
**1995: Mo Vaughn (126)
**2005: David Ortiz (148)
**2006: David Ortiz (137)

Pitchers

*Winning Games leaders
**1901: Cy Young (33)
**1902: Cy Young (32)
**1903: Cy Young (28)
**1912: Smoky Joe Wood (34)
**1935: Wes Ferrell (25)
**1942: Tex Hughson (22)
**1955: Frank Sullivan (18)
**1967: Jim Lonborg (22)
**1986: Roger Clemens (24)
**1987: Roger Clemens (20)
**1999: Pedro Martínez (23)
**2004: Curt Schilling (21)
**2007: Josh Beckett (20)

*Strikeouts leaders
**1901: Cy Young (158)
**1942: Tex Hughson (113)
**1967: Jim Lonborg (246)
**1988: Roger Clemens (291)
**1991: Roger Clemens (241)
**1996: Roger Clemens (257)
**1999: Pedro Martínez (313)
**2000: Pedro Martínez (284)
**2001: Hideo Nomo (220)
**2002: Pedro Martínez (239)

*ERA leaders
**1901: Cy Young (1.62)
**1914: Dutch Leonard (0.96)
**1915: Smoky Joe Wood (1.49)
**1916: Babe Ruth (1.75)
**1935: Lefty Grove (2.70)
**1936: Lefty Grove (2.81)
**1938: Lefty Grove (3.08)
**1939: Lefty Grove (2.54)
**1949: Mel Parnell (2.78)
**1972: Luis Tiant (1.91)
**1986: Roger Clemens (2.48)
**1990: Roger Clemens (1.93)
**1991: Roger Clemens (2.62)
**1992: Roger Clemens (2.41)
**1999: Pedro Martínez (2.07)
**2000: Pedro Martínez (1.74)
**2002: Pedro Martínez (2.26)
**2003: Pedro Martínez (2.22)

Triple Crown Champions


=Batting=

*1942: Ted Williams (.356, 36, 137)
*1947: Ted Williams (.343, 32, 114)
*1967: Carl Yastrzemski (.326, 44, 121)


=Pitching=

*1901: Cy Young (33, 158, 1.62)
*1999: Pedro Martínez (23, 313, 2.07)

Post-Season and All-Star Game MVP Award Winners

*World Series MVP
**2004: Manny Ramírez
**2007: Mike Lowell

*All-Star Game MVP
**1970: Carl Yastrzemski
**1986: Roger Clemens
**1999: Pedro Martínez
**2008: J.D. Drew

*AL Championship Series MVP
**1986: Marty Barrett
**2004: David Ortiz
**2007: Josh Beckett

Team captains

*Doc Gessler (1909)cite web| title = Gessler To Be Captain of The Red Sox | work = New York Times, 01-19-1909 | url=http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9E02EFDE1031E733A2575AC1A9679C946897D6CF | accessdate = 2008-02-11 ]
*Harry Hooper (1918-1920)cite web| title = Harry Hooper Bio | work = 1918redsox.com | url=http://www.1918redsox.com/players/hooper.htm | accessdate = 2008-02-11 ] cite web| title = Scott To Succeed Hooper | work = New York Times, 03-10-1921 | url=http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9A0CE4DB113FE432A25753C1A9659C946095D6CF | accessdate = 2008-02-11 ]
*Everett Scott (1921)
*Carl Yastrzemski (1966,1969-83)
*Jim Rice (1985-89)
*Jason Varitek (2005-present)cite web| title = Varitek Deal Official | work = Jimmy Golen, Associated Press, Sun, 26 Dec 2004 | url=http://www.kffl.com/player/5220/MLB | accessdate = 2008-02-12 ]

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