No. 4: Jackie Jensen
Jackie Jensen manned the Fenway outfield from 1954-1959 and had one last stint with the Boston Red Sox in 1961 but is probably one of the lesser-known right fielders on this list, and for good reason: He played for the Red Sox during the dark ages of the team’s history.
From 1947-1966, the Red Sox played in a grand total of zero post-season contests. The highest the Sox ever finished in the standings during Jensen’s tenure was third place (mind you, this was before the wild card OR division play, but still).
However, Jensen put up some monster numbers for the Boston Red Sox. In seven seasons he hit .282, clubbed 170 homers, 733 runs batted in, collected over a thousand hits, and made two All-Star Games. He won the AL Gold Glove in 1959 and is one of only two Red Sox right fielders (Betts) to win an MVP award (1958).