The voting for the All-Fenway team has moved toward the position players. From March 12 to March 25, Red Sox fans will be voting for the second and third baseman on the team.
Among the second basemen on the ballot are old-school legends such as Bobby Doerr, who was a nine-time All-Star and played from 1937-1951, and Pete Runnels, who only spent four seasons in Boston but won two batting titles with the Sox (1960 and 1962).
Mike Andrews, who was with the Red Sox from 1966-1970, also pops up on the list, as well as Marty Barrett, a defensive wiz who was named the 1986 ALCS MVP.
Then, of course, there's Red Sox living legend, Jerry Remy, who hit .286 during his seven seasons with the Sox. Best known today for his on-air color commentary during Sox games, Remy was an essential member of Boston's success during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Last, but certainly not least, is the current Sox second baseman, Dustin Pedrioa. Pedey has become one of the most beloved players in Boston, and in just six-years in the big leagues, has already cemented himself as one of the best players in the game, winning the 2007 AL Rookie of the Year and 2008 AL MVP awards.
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