Famous New England gravesites
George Edward "Duffy" Lewis(b. April 18, 1888, d. June 17, 1979)
Claim to fame: Red Sox outfielder
Buried: Holy Cross Cemetery, Londonderry, N.H.
As one-third of the "million dollar outfield" that was composed of Tris Speaker and Harry Hooper, Duffy Lewis patrolled Fenway Park's left field long before Jim Rice or Manny Ramirez. In fact, the Red Sox outfielder played left long before there was a Green Monster, its predecessor a 10-foot cliff at the spot Lewis roamed and became adept at handling. Thus, the incline became known as "Duffy's Cliff." Lewis, who was the first player ever to pinch-hit for Babe Ruth, was traded to the Yankees following Boston's 1918 World Series title