Drafted by the Red Sox in the eighth round of the 1973 amateur draft, Clell Lavern "Butch" Hobson made his debut in Boston on Sept. 7, 1975, at the age of 24. Hobson played third for the Red Sox from 1975-80. In ‘77, He had his best season when he set Red Sox season records for a third baseman with 30 homers and 112 RBIs… while batting ninth in the order. In an eight-year career shortened by injuries, the hard-nosed Hobson batted .248 with 98 HRs and 397 RBIs. He later became manager of the Sox from 1992-94 and was famously snubbed by Roger Clemens in spring training when Clemens kept his headphones on while walking with Hobson.