50. Kevin Youkilis
Kevin Youkilis spent the first nine seasons of his career with the Boston Red Sox. Youk’s rookie season was the Red Sox magical 2004.That year, he played in 72 games and drove in 35 RBI. Over his Boston career, Youkilis hit .287 driving in 564 RBI with 133 home runs. Youk quickly became a fan favorite, and is still a fixture around New England as he’s Patriots QB Tom Brady’s brother in law.
49. Rico Petrocelli
Rico Petrocelli spent 13 years as shortstop and third baseman for the Sox. Rico put up rather average offensive numbers, but was a stellar defender. He post a .970 fielding percentage, and committed just 176 errors in 1,508 games.
48. Bill Lee
The Spaceman! Bill Lee was certainly a character in Boston, The pitcher played in Fenway Park for 10 years, putting up some great numbers. Lee went 94-68 with a 3.64 ERA in Boston. He pitched 64 complete games and earned seven shutouts.