Wade Boggs already had a career which was recognized by a Hall of Fame — the one in Cooperstown, in fact.

With 3,010 hits over the course of an 18-year career, Boggs went down as one of the greatest third basemen in the history of the major league game. But he also had an impressive minor league career, as well.

Boggs played with the Pawtucket Red Sox in 1980 and 1981, and this year was inducted into the International League Hall of Fame along with longtime PawSox general manager and president Mike Tamburro. In fact, Boggs himself had some kind words for Tamburro and his legacy in Pawtucket.

Watch the video above from The Ultimate Red Sox Show to see it all.