Boston Red Sox announce their 2018 Hall of Fame class

BOSTON - OCTOBER 25: Mike Lowell
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John “Buck” Freeman

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Buck Freeman spent seven seasons with the Boston Americans from 1901 through 1907. He had 48 home runs and 504 RBI with Boston in 820 games. Freeman helped to win the 1903 World Series as well.

Alphonso “Al” Green

Al Green was hired by the Red Sox in 1973 as a member of the Gameday Staff, and he’s been a fixture at Fenway Park ever since. He turned 90 during the 2017 season, and he now works mainly in the team’s Fan Services information booth. Green has a lifetime of Red Sox knowledge, and if you need to know anything about the team or Fenway, he’s the man to ask.

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The Red Sox Hall of Fame is gaining some great members in 2018, but it’s exciting to look ahead to the future as well. Dustin Pedroia, Mookie Betts, and Craig Kimbrel all seem like they could one day find themselves on this list, while a World Series title would help guys like David Price, Chris Sale, Andrew Benintendi, or Xander Bogaerts. It will be fun to see who is in the 2028 Red Sox Hall of Fame class.