Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
578. Boggs led the league in doubles in 1988 and 1989 with the Red Sox.
|How many runs did Wade Boggs have during his career?||Wade Boggs
1513. Boggs led the league in runs scored in 1988 and 1989 with Boston.
|Strange but true, Wade Boggs actually pitched twice. Which is not a true stat of his pitching stints?||Wade Boggs
Four innings pitched. He actually pitched one inning in 1997 as a Yankee with one walk and one strikeout. In 1-1/3 innings as a Devil Ray in 1999, Wade gave up three hits, one run, and one strike out.
|Boggs placed in the top 10 in MVP voting four times in his career. What was his highest position?||Wade Boggs
4th. Boggs placed 4th in 1985 with Boston, trailing Yankee Don Mattingly, Royal George Brett, and Yankee Rickey Henderson.
2. Boggs won the Gold Glove award in 1994 and 1995. Ironically, after 11 seasons with the Red Sox, these came as a Yankee.
|How many batting titles did Wade Boggs win?||Wade Boggs
5. Boggs won batting titles in 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988, all with Boston. Boggs retired with a .328 batting average.
18 years. Boggs played from 1982-1992 with the Red Sox, 1993-1997 with the Yankees, and 1998-1999 with the Devil Rays.
|How many consecutive All-Star appearances did Wade Boggs make?||Wade Boggs
12. Boggs made his appearances from 1985-1996, both as a Red Sox and a Yankee.
Home run. While playing for Tampa Bay, Boggs got his 3000th hit, a home run off Cleveland's Chris Haney. Boggs retired with 3010 hits.