Who pitched for the Red Sox in 2004?

Who pitched for the Red Sox in 2004?

2004 Boston Red Sox Pitching Stats

2004 Boston Red Sox Pitching Stats 2004 Boston Red Sox Official Logo Sortable Pitching Stats for the 2004 Boston Red Sox (click any stat to sort) Roster Schedule Hitting Pitching Fielding Statmaster
Name G BB
Mike Timlin 76 19
Tim Wakefield 32 63
Scott Williamson 28 18

Who are the Red Sox starters?

Boston Red Sox Depth Chart

Starter 2nd 3rd
Josh Taylor Darwinzon Hernandez Austin Davis
Garrett Whitlock Adam Ottavino Hansel Robles
Christian Vazquez Kevin Plawecki
Kyle Schwarber Bobby Dalbec Travis Shaw

Who played shortstop for the Boston Red Sox in 2004?

July 31, 2004: As part of a four-team trade, Orlando Cabrera was acquired by the Red Sox from the Expos and Doug Mientkiewicz was acquired by the Red Sox from the Twins. In exchange, the Red Sox sent star shortstop Nomar Garciaparra and Matt Murton (minors) to the Cubs.

What were the 2004 Red Sox called?

The Idiots
But those 2004 Red Sox also carried with them a nickname that baffles the mind a bit when you consider all they accomplished. They will forever be known as “The Idiots.” The first Merriam-Webster definition of an idiot is “a foolish or stupid person.”

Who did the Red Sox beat in 2004?

St. Louis Cardinals
Boston Red Sox over St. Louis Cardinals (4-0)

Who is the starting catcher for the Red Sox?

Position Players

POS Starter Second
Catcher C. Vazquez Red Sox’s Christian Vazquez: Blasts walkoff homer Christian Vazquez Red Sox’s Christian Vazquez: Blasts walkoff homer K. Plawecki
First Base B. Dalbec Red Sox’s Bobby Dalbec: On bench for Game 4 Bobby Dalbec Red Sox’s Bobby Dalbec: On bench for Game 4 T. Shaw

Who won the 2004 World Series and who did they beat?

Boston Red Sox

What did the 2004 Red Sox call themselves?

From the ragtag group of “idiots” in 2004 that fueled the Sox’s first World Series title in 86 years to timeless greats Bill Lee and Luis Tiant, the Red Sox have never lacked enthusiastic players in their dugout.