The man who has played more games at one position than anyone else in Red Sox history, Dwight Evans, is the greatest right fielder to ever play for the Red Sox. Evans was a highly accomplished player in his 19 year career with the Sox on both sides of the ball.
Evans won eight Gold Gloves in a 10 year span, but his impact was not only defensively. He hit .272 in over 2500 games, and drove in over 1300 runs. He was instrumental in the 1975 World Series that ultimately saw Boston lose to the Cincinnati Reds.
And while Evans was part of a new, young outfield, he was overshadowed by the great performance of Jim Rice and Fred Lynn. Make no mistake, he was one of the most skilled outfielders to play in Boston, and he was the greatest right fielder.