No. 2 on this list is none other than the man they called Hit Dog, Mo Vaughn. Vaughn spent eight seasons in Boston, and was nothing short of phenomenal.
Vaughn received a lot of accolades in Boston, but one was more important than any other. In 1995, Vaughn beat out Albert Belle to win the AL MVP award by hitting .300 with 39 homers and 126 RBI.
For everything Scott was defensively, Vaughn was offensively. From ’94-’98, he hit over .300 in every season. Vaughn’s career numbers for the Red Sox are even more outstanding. He hit .304 with 230 home runs and 752 runs batted in.
Mo Vaughn was an absolute blast to watch, and from the moment he was called up to Boston was an impact player. For most franchises, his accomplishments would have granted him the number one spot on their first basemen list, but for the Red Sox, there is one man who claims that top spot.