George 'Boomer' Scott
Scott was just 22-years-old when he he made his debut with the Red Sox at age 22 in 1966. A three-time All-Star, eight-time Gold Glove winner, and fan favorite of the '67 team, Boomer was a big presence in Boston both on and off the field. Scott was sent to the Brewers in a nine-player deal in '71, but returned to the team for a second stint in '77, hitting 33 homers and driving in 95 for Boston that season. He hit .268 and belted 271 homers and had 1,051 RBIs over his 14-year career.