CBA All Time Teams – Boston Shoremen

There are three contenders for Boston’s All-Time Team Catcher, Dennis Pappa, Shi-k’ai Luo,
and Dan Kohls.
Dennis Pappa was selected by Boston in the fifth round of the inaugural draft, and played for the
Shoremen from 2050 through 2056. He was the second-choice catcher for much of the first
season, but then took over the majority of the catching duties in 2051. He caught 501 games
during his time with the team and played well defensively. His arm was rated a little below
average, but he still managed to throw out more than 30% of attempted base stealers three
times. Pappa was part of the 2051 Boston team that won the Bronze League Championship,
and the 2054 squad that earned promotion to the Premier League. He slashed .266/.297/.368
with 21 HR and 6.23 WAR. Pappas also pitched in 3 games, though not effectively, as he had
an ERA over 10 in those appearances. Pappa leads all Boston catchers in a number of career
statistical categories.
Dan Kohls was selected as the 10th overall pick in the 2051 draft. He made it to the big leagues
in 2054 and started more games than Pappa behind the plate that season and the next. Kohls
caught a total of 476 Games during his time in Boston. He was not quite as good defensively as
Pappa but still did fairly well in that area. Kohls won Silver Slugger awards in college and in the
minor leagues, but never showed that kind of offensive ability with Boston. During his 8 seasons
with the Shoremen, he slashed .252/.278/.335 with 2.64 WAR. Like Pappa, he also saw some
action on the mound. Kohls pitched in 49 Games in his career, starting 9 with a career ERA of
5.78. Kohls is second in many of the statistical categories the Pappa leads.
Sh-K’ai Lou has only recently begun his career with the Shoremen after being signed as an
International Amateur Free Agent, but is off to a strong start. Through the 2066 season, Lou has
played in 109 Games. He broke into the big league roster during the second half of the 2065
season and took over as the first choice catcher in 2065. In those 109 games, Lou slashed
.243/.283/.355 with 2.04 WAR. He has the 3rd highest WAR total of all Boston catchers despite
having played the fewest games of the men on the leaderboard. He was behind the plate during
Boston’s ascension from the Bronze League to the Premier League. If he can handle PL
pitching, he may have a chance to eventually find his place on this list.
I think I have to go with Pappa as the Boston All-Time Team Catcher at this point, but his hold
on the position is not particularly strong.

Leo de La Rosa, Eric Davis, and Bernie Booth are the three men who have played the most first
base in Boston over the years. Higashikuni Sakai and Javy Rodriguez are two players who must
also be mentioned as part of the discussion.

Sakai had the best year of his career, and the best individual season for any Boston first
baseman, in 2065. He signed a three year contract going into that season, but declined his
option and moved on at the end of the year. Sakai helped lead the Shoremen to the Bronze
League Championship by slashing .320/.433/.561 with 20 Home Runs, 183 wRC+, and 4.53
WAR. He won the 2065 Silver Slugger at 1B and came in 3rd in the MVP voting. If he had more
than that one season in Boston, he might have made the All-Time Team.
Javy Rodriguez signed with Boston as a Free Agent prior to the 2066 season as a replacement
for Sakai. He had a solid first season, .256/.326/.428 with 19 HR, and 1.64 WAR while helping
the team win the Silver League Championship. Rodriguez enters the 2067 season as the
presumptive starter with at least two seasons remaining on his contract. If he plays well during
the remainder of his contract and helps Boston compete in the Premier League, then he may
have a chance to be considered for the All-Time Team.
Leo de La Rosa was drafted in the 15th round of the Inaugural Draft and played only 36 games
in the minor leagues before becoming the starting 1B at the big league level that first season.
Despite his reputation as a selfish and lazy player, he did a lot to help the Shoremen in those
early years. He played almost as much 3B as 1B during his time with Boston, because that’s
what the team needed him to do. De la Rosa played every game in 2051 and 2052 and played a
total of 527 games during his time with the club. During that five year span, he slashed
.234/.314/.419 with 91 Home Runs and 9.42 WAR. He helped the team win the Bronze League
Championship in 2051 and is among the team leaders at 1B in most statistical categories.
Bernie Booth was acquired from Atlanta in a trade in December of 2059 after winning the RES
MVP award. He played with Boston from 2060-2064 and then ended up back in the minor
leagues. Booth was the primary starter for three years in Boston, slashing .238/.321/.424 with
55 Home Runs, 111 wRC+, and 4.21 WAR in 367 Games. He has more triples (14) and more
Stolen Bases (22) than any other Boston 1B.
Eric Davis was drafted in the 1st round of the 2050 amateur draft and debuted with Boston in
2051. Davis was an interesting player, in that his even numbered years were generally quite a
bit better than his odd numbered years.
2051 0.6 WAR in 54 Games
2052 1.6 WAR in 79 Games
2053 0.7 WAR and .192 BA in 64 Games
2054 3.0 WAR in 98 Games
2055 0.2 WAR and .188 BA in 99 Games
2056 1.2 WAR in 103 Games
Davis was part of the 2051 Bronze League Championship and also helped the team win
promotion to the Premier League in 2054. For his career, Davis slashed .227/.311/.452 with 99
Home Runs, 110 wRC+, and 7.24 WAR in 497 Games.

If he had been more consistent, I might have chosen Eric Davis as the All-Time Team 1B, but
for now, I have to go with Leo de la Rosa. It is very possible he is replaced at some point,
perhaps by Javy Rodriguez. We will just have to wait and see.

There have been several Boston 2B who have put up one excellent season.
Jose Nuno 4.71 WAR in 2066
Fumikazu Kaneko 3.7 WAR in 2065
Arturo Cruz 3.45 WAR in 2057
The standard bearer for Boston 2B, though, is Jordan Lozoya. Lozoya was originally acquired in
the 4th round of the inaugural draft. He actually played almost all of his games at SS during that
first year. Throughout most of his career, he split time between second and short, but in total, he
played about 60% of his games at 2B, and 40% at SS. Lozoya was a strong defender at second
throughout his career. In fact, he won the Gold Glove at second in 2053. He played with Boston
from 2050 through 2058, and was the main starter at either 2B or SS each of those years. He
was never really a “get on base” kind of player, but he was a staple in the lineup because of his
other offensive abilities and his defense. During his 986 Games played in Boston, he slashed
.211/.294/.457, with 226 Home Runs, 546 RBI, 106 wRC+, and 24.34 WAR. He twice led the
league in HR, including a career high 40 in 2053. That season, he also led the league in SLG
And OPS. Lozoya hit at least 20 HR every year he played in Boston except for the injury
shortened 2057 campaign, in which he was on pace to reach that mark. Lozoya had some down
years, but he also put up 5 seasons with between 2.63 and 4.85 WAR. Even in those down
years, he put up more than 1 WAR. Lozoya won two Silver Slugger awards, helped his team win
the Bronze League Championship in 2051, and played for the Boston team that won promotion
to the Premier League in 2054.

There are two players under consideration for the Boston All-Time Team 3B, Ridley Hill and
John Curnutt.
Ridley Hill was acquired in the 1st round of the Inaugural Draft and immediately made an
impression on the Boston fans. He won the 2050 Silver Slugger and MVP awards in the Bronze
League. He played in 200 games for Boston from 2050 and 2051 before being traded at the
deadline during that second season. During his short stint in Boston, he slashed .313/.348/.518,
with 32 HR, 119 RBI, 124 Runs scored, 67 SB, 136 wRC+, and 8.33 WAR. Hill’s time with the
team was short-lived, but memorable.
John Curnutt was acquired in a trade with the Atlanta Swarm during the 2059 offseason. He
started the majority of the games at 3B every season except for one from 2060 through 2066. In

717 Games with Boston, Curnutt slashed .263/.324/.389, with 58 HR, 103 wRC+, and 12.34
WAR. His first two seasons were productive, putting up a combined 3.92 WAR. However,
Curnutt was so bad in 2062 (-0.84 WAR) that Boston brought in free agent Hiroyuki Aoki on a
one-year deal to take over the role. Aoki had a fantastic season, but left at the end of the year.
Curnutt took the hint and worked on his game. As the backup 3B and occasional 1B, he put up
a wRC+ of 153 in 2063. He then grabbed hold of the starting job at the hot corner again in 2064
and played outstanding baseball. Curnutt put up a combined 7 WAR over the next two
campaigns, winning the Silver Slugger award both years, before struggling in the Silver League
in 2066. He was part of the team that won consecutive league titles, Bronze League in 2065 and
Silver League in 2066.
This was a tough choice. There are two quality players who had some great seasons for Boston
over the years. I almost went with Hill because of the MVP award, but multiple Silver Sluggers
and multiple league championships tilted the scales just slightly in favor of John Curnutt.

The man who has played the most games at SS for the Shoremen over the years is Hiroshi
Yanigasawa. The man with the most WAR is Ricardo Morales. A couple of other players had a
good season or two but I believe the debate comes down to the two mentioned above.
Yanigasawa was acquired in the 25th round of the inaugural draft. He was a highly touted
prospect during his early years in the minor league system, being ranked as high as the #7
Silver League prospect. He made his debut in 2054 and played 75 games that season. He
struggled, putting up -1 WAR. He only played 17 games the next season, partially because of
an extended injury, but then played 239 games combined in 2056 and 2057. He hit double digit
HR in each of those seasons. Yanigasawa struggled again in 2058, with -0.1 WAR before
having his two best season.
2059: .209/.277/.408, 14 HR, 0.96 WAR
2060: .251/.316/.469 18 HR, 2.96 WAR
For his career, Yanigasawa slashed .209/.265/.378, with 76 HR, 76 wRC+ and 3.43 WAR. He
was not a great defender, but he was generally passable in the field. Yanigasawa was an
important player in the history of the Boston franchise, but he is not the All-Time Team SS.
Ricardo Morales was acquired in June of 2064 through a trade with New York. He had struggled
in New York that season, but played the best baseball of his career during the remainder of that
season once he got to Boston. During those 57 games, Morales slashed .257/.325/.393/.718
with 103 wRC+ and 2.06 WAR. While he didn’t match that level of play in 2065 or 2066, he still
put up about 1.5 WAR each of those years playing good defense and contributing offensively.
Morales started the 2067 season at the first-choice SS for the Shoremen as well. In his 267
Games with Boston, he slashed .245/.315/.361 with 15 HR, 32 SB, 92 wRC+, and 5.43 WAR.
He has already been the most effective player at SS for Boston and still has an opportunity to
add to his resume. That is why he is the Boston All-Time Team SS.

There are three interesting players to look at in LF, Franklin Jacquez, Erjan de Bree, and Butch
Franklin Jacquez was acquired in the first round of the 2051 amateur draft and made his major
league debut in 2052. He quickly demonstrated his outstanding defense and his ability to hit the
ball out of the ballpark, with 8 HR in only 42 Games. In 2053, Jacquez took over as the starting
LF, and had a strong year. He hit 21 HR, drove in 60, had a 122 wRC+, and 3.85 WAR. He also
won his first of three Gold Gloves that season. He hit more than 20 HR three times in his career.
While Jacquez was able to hit the ball out of the park, he did not frequently hit the ball out of
reach of his opposition fielders when the ball didn’t go over the fence. Only four times in the 8
seasons he played for Boston, did he finish with a Batting Average over .200, including one
season when he hit .201. He struck out a lot, but was also able to draw quite a few walks. In
fact, during the 2057 season, Jacquez led the Bronze League in both categories with 64 BB and
191 K. He started most games for Boston in LF from 2053 through 2058 and was brought back
in 2062 to finish his career, playing only 7 games for the big league club that season. He helped
the team earn promotion from the Silver League to the Premier League in 2054 and from the
Bronze League to the Silver League in 2058. During his 720 Games with Boston, Jacquez
slashed .194/.300/.373, with 114 HR, 124 SB, 90 wRC+, and 9.33 WAR.
Erjan de Bree was acquired in the sixth round of the inaugural draft. He played well during the
league opening tournament and was the starting LF for the first three seasons. He was already
31 years old when he entered the league, but he played every game in 2050 and 2051, and all
but 14 games in 2052. During those three seasons, he put up 8.8 WAR. He won the Silver
Slugger award in 2050 and helped the team win the Bronze League Championship in 2051.
Once Jacquez was ready to play LF on an everyday basis, de Bree was asked to split his time
between 1B, LF, and RF. He played fewer games each year from that point forward, playing 96,
63, and 54 in 2053, 2054, and 2055 respectively. If he had been a younger man when the CBA
began, he might have put up some pretty impressive career numbers. As it stands, he had three
strong seasons before age caught up with him. During his 577 Games with Boston, de Bree
slashed .267/.330/.471, with 105 HR, 119 wRC+, and 10.36 WAR.
Butch Sager was drafted in the first round of the 2064 draft and played one game at the big
league level that season. He then became the starting LF for the Shoremen beginning in 2065.
During each of his first two seasons in Boston, he won the batting title, hitting .340 in 2065 and
.339 in 2066. He plays above average defense, hits for average, hits a lot of doubles, and even
has the ability to steal a few bases. He helped his team win the Bronze League Championship
in 2065 and the Silver League Championship in 2066. He began 2067 as the starting LF for the
Premier League edition of the Boston Shoremen as well. Sager finished 3rd in the voting for
Bronze League Rookie of the Year in 2065. During the early stages of his career, he has played
206 Games, slashing .331/.364/.469, with 74 2B, 138 wRC+, and 6.59 WAR. Up to this point in
his career, he has been the most exciting left fielder in Boston history and that is why I have chosen him as the All-Time Team LF. Hopefully he can continue to play this well and cement his
legacy in Boston.

There is really only one name that needs to be mentioned at CF for the Boston All-Time Team.
That name is Bo Rafferty.
Rafferty was acquired in the third round of the inaugural draft. He was the starting CF in Boston
from 2050 through 2055. He was an outstanding defender, winning two Gold Gloves in 2053
and 2054. He helped the team win the Bronze League Championship in 2051 and earn
promotion to the Premier League after the 2054 season. That 2051 season was the best of
Rafferty’s career, slashing .302/.353/.550, with 36 HR, 84 RBI, 100 Runs scored, 43 SB, 147
wRC+, and 6.21 WAR. While he never had another year quite like that, he put up between 2.73
and 4.08 WAR every year he played with the Shoremen. He had good seasons with other
teams after leaving Boston, but his time with the Shoreman was easily the most consistently
strong stretch of his career. He played 697 Games with the Shoremen, slashing .257/.305/.457,
with 131 HR, 341 RBI, 197 SB, 109 wRC+, and 19.96 WAR.

There are two players who need to be discussed when determining who should be named the
Boston All-Time Team RF, Mike Guerra and Werner Hofler.
Mike Guerra was originally drafted in the 2nd round in the 2050 first-year player draft. By the
time he made his major league debut in 2056, he was rated as the #38 prospect in the Silver
League. He played 70 games for Boston that year, and made an impression on the fans despite
playing for a team that ended the season being relegated to the Bronze League. He hit 12 HR
and stole 10 bases for a team that needed someone to provide some excitement. Guerra
remained the starting RF for the Shoremen over the next three seasons, Despite the team
failing to play .500 ball the during his time there, Guerra was a bright spot on the team. In 393
games with Boston, he slashed .269/.330/.455, with 51 HR, 87 SB, 118 wRC+, and 7.35 WAR.
Werner Hofler was originally signed by the Shoremen as an International amateur free agent
before the 2055 season. He spent the next several years in the minor leagues. He performed
reasonably well, but didn’t exactly tear it up until 2063. He started that season on fire and got
called up to the big league club. Hofler played in 66 Games with Boston that season, and put up
135 wRC+, a number higher than any of his minor league seasons. He continued to play well in
2064, hitting 35 doubles and putting up over 3 WAR. He got even better in 2065, helping Boston
win the Bronze League Championship. In 2066, he continued that upward trend as the
Shoremen won the Silver League Championship. He began the 2067 season as the starting RF
again, this time in the Premier League. During the first 419 Games of his Boston career, Hofler
slashed .317/.367/.473, with 126 Doubles, 38 HR, 206 RBI, 140 wRC+, and 12.75 WAR.

Hofler’s career has only begun, but he is already the clear selection for Boston’s All-Time Team

There are two candidates to consider for the position of Boston All-Time Team DH, Dylan Marsh
and Georgy Shivstov.
Dylan Marsh was acquired in a trade with Phoenix at the deadline in 2051, in exchange for
previously mentioned 3B Ridley Hill. His arrival helped Boston secure the Bronze League
Championship that season. Marsh played 1B seven times during his time in Boston. The rest of
his time was spent in the Designated Hitter role. He played with Boston from 2051 through
2055. Marsh had his best season with the Shoremen in 2054, helping his team earn promotion
to the Premier League. Overall, he was an excellent player with the Shoremen. He played 461
Games, slashing .311/.350/.492, with 131 2B, 58 HR, 134 wRC+, and 9.46 WAR.
Georgy Shivtsov was originally signed as an International Amateur Free Agent from Russia
before the 2060 season. It didn’t take him long to become a top 5 prospect as he performed
very well while working hard and developing his skills in Boston’s minor league system. Shivstov
was called up to the big leagues in 2064, playing 102 Games in his rookie season. He led the
BL in BB as a rookie, and put up over 2 WAR. In 2065, he took the league by storm, leading the
Bronze League in each of the following categories: PA, HR, RBI, R, BB, SLG, OPS, and WAR.
He won the Silver Slugger and MVP as the offensive centerpiece of a Boston team that won the
Bronze League Championship. Shivtsov won the Silver Slugger award again in 2066, this time,
leading his team to the Silver League Championship. That season, he led the league in G, PA,
AB, H, R, and OBP. Shivstov was the clear choice to continue as the starting DH in 2067 as the
Shoremen took on the Premier League in 2067. During his 373 Games played for Boston,
Shivtsov slashed .281/.380/.514, with 83 HR, 255 RBI, 156 wRC+, and 11.92 WAR. Shivstov
looks as though he has a chance to be one of the best hitters in CBA history if he continues to
play at this pace throughout his career. For now, he will have to settle for being recognized as
the Boston All-Time Team DH.

Luis Martinez, Henny van Mourik, and Dave Godley are the three pitchers who must be
discussed for the position of All-Time Team RHSP. There are other young pitchers who have
shown a lot of promise, but they are not quite ready to be considered for this list yet.
Luis Martinez was acquired in the third round of the inaugural draft. He had a solid first season,
but truly showed what he was capable of in 2051. That season, he went 17-2 with a 3.44 ERA, a
FIP- of 82, and 3.43 WAR. Martinez also threw a no-hitter against Indianapolis in August, a
game in which he walked 1 and struck out 17. He helped the team win the 2051 Bronze League
Championship as well. In 2054, Martinez finished second in the voting for Silver League Pitcher
of the Year as he helped Boston earn promotion to the Premier League. Unfortunately, he found

the PL to be a difficult place to succeed, and ended his first stint with the Shoremen with his
worst season in Boston. He was brought back in 2062 for one more season and put together a
solidcampaign. During his career with the team, Martinez appeared in 176 Games, starting 163.
He went 74-52 with 2 Saves, a 3.79 ERA, 984 K in 1031 Innings, 94 FIP-, and 17.04 WAR.
Henny van Mourik was discovered in the Netherlands and signed to a minor league contract in
2055. He was quickly regarded as a top 100 prospect and his stock continued to rise. At one
point, he was rated as the #6 prospect in the BL. Van Mourik finally broke onto the big league
roster in 2062 and made a strong impression in 11 starts. The following year was a struggle.
Many began to wonder if he had just been a one-hit wonder, so to speak. He split time between
the the major league roster and the RES team while struggling to put up just 0.25 WAR. As it
turned out, 2063 was the anomaly. Van Mourik rediscovered his form and put together three
excellent seasons, including consecutive League Championship seasons in 2065 and 2066. He
began 2067 in the starting rotation as well. In 107 career Games, all Starts, van Mourik has
compiled a record of 48-29, with an ERA of 3.36, 714 K in 673.1 Innings, 98 FIP-, and 9.79
Dave Godley was drafted in the first round of the 2063 first-year player draft and was
immediately recognized as a top 10 prospect in the Bronze League. He only pitched in 23 minor
league games from 2063 through 2064 before being called up to the majors. Godley pitched at
a high level right away and then helped his team win back to back League Championships on
their way to the Premier League. He continued to be part of the rotation to start the 2067
season. In 61 career Games, all Starts, Godley is 28-15, with a 2.92 ERA, 448 K in 394 Innings,
86 FIP-, and 8.06 WAR.
This was a tough choice. It’s very possible that the decision here would have been different one
or two seasons in the future. After much thought, I decided to go with Luis Martinez as the
Boston All-Time Team RHSP. He currently has the longest resume of the three and his no-hitter
combined with second place award finish put him just over the edge for me.

Had RJ Geragosian spent more time in Boston, he might have had a chance to be considered
here, but at this point, there is really only one man who could be named the Boston All-Time
Team LHSP, Alex Martinez.
Martinez was acquired in May of 2062 as part of a trade with D.C. Despite never making a big
league appearance for D.C., he was immediately placed in the Boston rotation and pitched quite
well for his new club. Martinez has been an effective pitcher during his time in Boston. He has
put up between 2.21 and 2.77 WAR and a FIP- between 90 and 97 in all but one of his seasons.
The season in which he put up the worst numbers (0.98 WAR and 113 FIP-) he still won 14
games and lost only 3 as the Shoremen won the Bronze League Championship in 2065. In
2066, his first time pitching outside of the BL, Martinez pitched well enough to finish 3rd in the

voting for Silver League Pitcher of the Year, helping Boston achieve the Silver League
Championship. He also began 2067 in the starting rotation for the PL edition of the Shoremen.
During his Boston career, Martinez has appeared in 123 Games, all Starts, compiling a record
of 55-40, with a 3.63 ERA. He has 922 K in 746.2 Innings, with a FIP- of 97 and 11.05 WAR.

There have been several relievers who have pitched quite well for Boston over the years, but
the four that I feel need to be mentioned are Guillermo Fuste, Michael Simek, Eddie Daw, and
Warren Claxton.
Guillermo Fuste was acquired in the seventeenth round of the inaugural draft and was
impressive from the start. He put up 2.71 WAR with a FIP- of 48 that year and won the first ever
Bronze League Reliever of the Year award. Unfortunately, and impressively, he did that despite
his season being cut short by a torn UCL. He missed part of the 2051 season while recovering
from that injury as well, but still put up great numbers that year as Boston won the Bronze
League Championship. He had a strong season for the Shoremen again in 2052 but never
pitched in the major leagues again after that campaign. During his Boston career, Fuste
appeared in 93 Games, pitching 183.1 Innings. His record was 11-6 with 21 Saves and 258 K.
He also had a career ERA of 2.45 with a FIP- of 66 and 4.6 WAR. Fuste had a short but
fantastic career with the Shoremen.
Michael Simek was acquired in a deadline deal with Carolina in 2062. Boston tried using him as
a starter after trading for him. He started 10 of 18 games that season and 8 of 32 the next year.
From that point on, he was used exclusively out of the bullpen for the Shoremen. He was a
consistently productive reliever with the club, and his two best seasons were in 2065 and 2066
as Boston won consecutive League Championships. His best season was 2066, his only time
pitching above the BL. He had a FIP of 2.04 and a FIP- of 55. During his career with Boston,
Simek appeared in 154 Games, Starting 18, with 19 Wins, 23 Losses, 19 Saves, an ERA of
3.47, FIP of 3.06, 79 FIP-, and 6.66 WAR.
Eddie Daw was acquired in the sixteenth round of the inaugural draft. He was not good in the
opening tournament, but had an excellent season in the first actual season of the league. In
fact, during the first four years of the league, his FIP- was between 61 and 89 each year. He
helped the team win a Bronze League Championship and promotion to the Premier League
during his time with the club. Daw pitched in 171 Games during his time with the club, totaling
386 innings, with 12 Wins, 6 Losses, 15 Saves, and 439 K. His career ERA was 2.52, with a
FIP- of 81 and 5.33 WAR.
Warren Claxton was acquired in the same trade that brought John Curnutt to Boston. After
spending the 2060 season in the minor leagues, Claxton was promoted to the team’s starting
rotation going into the 2061 campaign. He was good that year, and remained a starter going into
the next season. 2062 was not as kind to Claxton and he found himself in the bullpen after
making 7 subpar starts. It was there that he found his true calling. Claxton thrived as a reliever

for the Shoremen. From 2063 through 2066, he was in the top three for the Reliever of the year
every season. He won the award in 2065 and even got the second most votes for Pitcher of the
Year that season. Claxton recorded at least 21 saves every season during that stretch, topping
out at 35 in 2065 and leading the league with 25 in 2066. He anchored the bullpen as the team
won the Bronze League Championship and Silver League Championship in 2065 and 2066
respectively. There was some thought that he could be traded after the 2066 season, but it
didn’t end up happening, so he went into the 2067 season as a key member of Boston’s bullpen
again. During his career with the Shoremen, he has appeared in 262 Games, Starting 32, with a
record of 36-31 with 104 Saves. In 532.2 Innings, he has 627 K, a 2.82 ERA, 79 FIP-, and 12.43
WAR. Claxton is the clear choice for Boston All-Time Team RP.
C Dennis Pappa
1B Leo de la Rosa
2B Jordan Lozoya
3B John Curnutt
SS Ricardo Morales
LF Butch Sager
CF Bo Rafferty
RF Werner Hofler
DH Georgy Shivstov
RHSP Luis Martinez
LHSP Alex Martinez
RP Warren Claxton

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