Jim Rice – No. 14
Rice’s first full season in the majors would have been viewed as exceptional if not for being overshadowed by teammate Fred Lynn, who captured the Rookie of the Year and MVP awards in 1975. Rice was the second best rookie of that class and finished third on the MVP ballot.
The power-hitting outfielder led the league in home runs three times, topping out at 46 in his MVP season of 1978. He was selected to eight All-Star teams in 16 years, all of which he spent in Boston.
The 382 home runs Rice hit with the Red Sox are the fourth most in franchise history. He’s also fourth with 1451 RBI and seventh among hitters with a 50.8 fWAR.