Ted Williams was a mainstay in the All-Star Game, appearing in 19 during his career (.304 batting average, 4 home runs, 1.091 OPS).
Bobby Doerr made All-Star rosters nine times during his career, and was part of the 1946 American League squad that featured seven Red Sox.
Dave Ferriss and Bob Johnson made the 1945 team, but the game, which would have been at Fenway Park, was canceled because of war travel restrictions.
Boston's first MVP was Carl Yastrzemski, for a four-hit performance in 1970. He was an All-Star 18 times between 1963 and 1983.
The trio of Pedro Martinez, Manny Ramirez, and David Ortiz combined for 21 All-Star selections between 1998 and 2013, including eight straight for Ramirez, who was an All-Star every season with Boston.