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1975 Boston Red Sox 1975 Boston Red Sox
Record 95-65 .594
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Standings Won the AL East
Pythagorean 88-72, 89-71, 89-71
Runs (S/A) 796 / 709
PostseasonWon ALCS 3-0 over Oakland Athletics
Lost World Series 4-3 to Cincinnati Reds
BallparkFenway Park
Park FactorsBatting: 109 / Pitching: 108
Attendance1,748,587 (1st) (4th)
Spring TrainingWinter Haven, Florida (Chain O’Lakes Park)
ManagerDarrell Johnson
CoachesDon Bryant, Don Zimmer, Eddie Popowski, Johnny Pesky, Stan Williams
ExecutivesPresident: Thomas Yawkey, General Manager: Richard O'Connell
Minor Leagues(AAA) Pawtucket Red Sox, (AA) Bristol Red Sox, (A) Elmira Pioneers, (A) Winter Haven Red Sox, (A) Winston-Salem Red Sox
Radio (WHDH) Jim Woods, Ned Martin
TV (WSBK) Dick Stockton, Ken Harrelson

The 1975 Boston Red Sox went 95-65 and finished 1st in the American League East. The Red Sox drew 1,748,587 to Fenway Park. Fred Lynn and Carl Yastrzemski made the All-Star team. Fred Lynn won the American League Rookie of the Year award. Fred Lynn won the American League Most Valuable Player award. Gold Glove winners for 1975 included Fred Lynn.

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Fred Lynn, shown here with the Orioles (sorry Sox fans!) had one of the greatest rookie seasons ever bringing home both Rookie of the Year and MVP for the first time.

Photo by Lou Sauritch, © 2006

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