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Coming in at #40 on our list of 100 Greatest Red Sox is first baseman George Scott.

Born George Charles Scott, in Greenville, MS, March 23rd, 1944, the “Boomer”, as he became known, signed as an amateur free agent with the Red Sox in 1962. Growing up on a farm in Greenville, MS, Scott played three sports, baseball, football, and basketball. Scott claims to have been recruited by John Wooden at UCLA, but signed with the Red Sox in lieu of a basketball career. His minor league playing days were spent most productively in Pittsfield of the Eastern League, where the Red Sox had their AA team. In 1965 he became the third Triple Crown winner in the history of the Eastern League while leading his team to that year’s pennant.

Continue reading George Scott’s biography and the full Top 100 list at http://top100redsox.blogspot.com.

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3 Responses to “100 Greatest Red Sox >> #40 George Scott”

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