Who Is the Best Home Run Hitter in Red Sox History?


Who Is the Best Home Run Hitter in Red Sox History? David Ortiz inched one homer closer to yet another milestone on Thursday night after he launched his 299th homer as a member of the Boston Red Sox.

Big Papi hit his eighth tater of the season — a solo shot off Justin Verlander during the Sox' 4-3 victory over the Tigers — to put his career total at 357 long balls.

The Sox' designated hitter has been one of the most feared sluggers in the game for the majority of the last decade, and he is following in the steps of other slugging Sox legends. Ted Williams (521 homers), Carl Yastrzemski (452), Jim Rice (382) and Dwight Evans (379) currently sit as the top four Sox sluggers in franchise history.

While Teddy Ballgame is arguably the greatest hitter the game has ever seen, which Red Sox player is the best home run hitter in franchise history?

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