The list starts off with Harry Hooper. The only person on this list that is enshrined in Cooperstown, Hooper was a great player who spent 12 of his 17 professional seasons with the Red Sox.
Hooper was a part of the 1912, ’15, and ’16 teams that all were crowned World Series Champions. In Hooper’s time in Boston, he hit .272 over 12 seasons. Also, he stole 300 bases and drove in almost 500 RBI’s.
Hooper does have three World Series to his resume, but championships can be claimed by two other people on this list. His offensive achievements do not compare to the other four, and this is why he is ranked fifth.