Roger, Pedro, Castiglione and Nomar Enter Sox Hall Of Fame
A star-studded class of Red Sox Hall of Famers will be honored tonight at Fenway Park – Pedro, Roger, Nomar and Joe Castiglione. Perhaps the biggest names to enter the club hall of fame since the hall was started back in 1995. The four inductees will be honored at a noontime lunch and also before the game against the Houston Astros.
Nomar Garciaparra came up through the Red Sox farm system and won Rookie of the Year in 1997. He was an all-star in 5 of his 9 years with the Sox. Nomar’s career Red Sox batting average is .323.
Pedro Martinez was a two-time Cy Young Award winner for the Sox. He was on that 2004 world champion team. Pedro was 117-37 in his years with the Sox. He was the MVP of the 1999 All-Star Game at Fenway.
Roger Clemens was a three-time Cy Young Award winner with the Red Sox. He was AL MVP in 1986. His 192 wins ties him with Cy Young for most wins in a Sox uniform. He pitched two 20-strikeout games.
Joe Castiglione has been the radio voice of the Red Sox for the past 32 years. In fact, he has covered the entire careers of Nomar, Pedro and Roger.