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13. Wade Boggs, 3B

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The Hall of Famer was named to 12 straight All-Star Games beginning in 1985, eight of them coming with the Sox. Second only to Ted Williams with a .338 batting average in Boston, Boggs was the AL batting champ five times during his 11 seasons at Fenway.