Red Sox Hall of Fame
Remy was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame as a second baseman and broadcaster in 2006. The induction ceremony was held on November 9, 2006.
The Red Sox began the tradition of recognizing their former players, managers, coaches and non-uniformed personnel in 1995. Those who were already in the baseball Hall of Fame were included as charter members. The first official class of inductees in ’95 included Remy’s former teammate, Jim Rice. New inductions haven’t been held every year so Remy’s class was only the sixth in franchise history.
Remy shared the field with some of the greatest players who have ever put on a Red Sox uniform, including Rice, Eckersley, Yaz, Fisk, Lynn and Evans. While his production during his playing days wasn’t quite in the same tier as those legends, what Remy has meant to this organization as a broadcaster, mentor and representative of the franchise makes him equally as worthy of being included in the Red Sox Hall of Fame.
Remy was elected the honorary president of Red Sox Nation in 2007. He’s received several New England Emmy awards. He was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2017. The Red Sox also held a ceremony for Remy at Fenway in August 2017 in recognition of his 30 years with NESN.
The RemDawg has been a part of this franchise in one form or another for over four decades. As heartbreaking as it was to learn he was gone, we can take solace in knowing that his memory will never be forgotten.