Boston Red Sox: Top 5 second baseman in franchise history
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Jerry Remy: 1978-1984
The Rem Dawg spent the last seven of his ten-year career with the Red Sox, making one all-star team in 1978. He would never be described as an impactful hitter, his .668 OPS as a member of the Red Sox left something to be desired, but he was the hardest man in baseball to strikeout during the 1983 season. Remy earns an honorable mention for his impact on the franchise, a fan favourite he’s been a broadcaster with NESN since 1988, was elected the first President of Red Sox Nation in 2007, and named the second reserve on the All-Fenway Team.