The ceremony to induct Roger Clemens, Nomar Garciaparra, Pedro Martinez, and Joe Castiglione into the Red Sox’ Hall of Fame will be Thursday, Aug. 14.
Clemens, Garciaparra, Martinez, and Castiglinoe will attend a luncheon at Fenway Park and participate in a pregame ceremony before the Red Sox face the Astros.
Fans can purchase indivdual tickets for the luncheon for $250 and tables start at $2,500. There will be a silent auction and display of memorabilia for all four inductees.
Martinez was with the Red Sox from 1998 to 2004, winning two Cy Young awards and earning four All-Stars nods in that span. He is the Red Sox’ leader in career winning percentage (117-37, .760) and had 72 10-strikeout games. He helped the Red Sox win the 2004 World Series.
Garciaparra spent nine seasons in Boston (1996-2004) and was a five-time All-Star in Boston. His .323 career batting average is fourth-best in team history and his .553 slugging percentage is fifth-best. He was named the AL rookie of the year in 1997, when he had 209 hits in 684 at-bats.
Clemens won the Cy Young Award three times in his 13 years in Boston. He had 192 wins in Boston, tied with Cy Young for the most in club history. He had 38 career shutouts and 2,590 strikeouts, most in Red Sox history. He was named an All-Star five times in his Red Sox career. He stared 382 games and pitched 2,776 innings.
Castiglione has spent the last three decades as the voice of the Red Sox and became known for his call in the 2004 World Series, “Can you believe it?”