Ted Williams, Bobby Orr, Bill Russell, Red Auerbach
These are the four biggest sports icons in Boston sports history. Ted "The Kid" Williams (left) is the last baseball player to hit .400 in a season (1941) and is known as the greatest hitter who ever lived. Bobby Orr will always be remembered in Boston for the famous picture in which he looks to be flying after scoring a Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Bruins in 1970. Bill Russell, a 6-foot-10 defensive and rebounding machine, won an unmatched 11 championships as a Celtic. The man who drafted Russell, Red Auerbach, is regarded as the greatest coach in Boston sports history.