Uniform & Team History

Foxx’s record 50 home runs for the 1938 Boston Red Sox stood until David Ortiz hit 54 dingers in 2006. Foxx also compiled 175 RBIs and a .349 batting average on his way to winning the 1938 MVP award.

Oldtime Game History

Daniel Arrig Koh, chief of staff for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, wore this uniform in 2016-17. He wore it again in 2021 while serving as chief of staff for the United States Department of Labor. He is a longtime player in various summer amateur leagues, including the Boston Cutters.

Two participants who have worn this uniform went on to play professional baseball. Zak Farkes of Harvard University, who wore it in 2002, was drafted by the Red Sox in 2004. Patrick Bresnehan of Arizona State, who wore it in 2004, was selected in the fifth round of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Also worn by:

Jared Leach, Suffolk University (’99); Alfredo Nunez, UMass/Lowell (’01); Brendan Smith, University of Tampa (’03); Joseph Orlando, Endicott College (’05); Sam Whelan, Babson College (’06); Jon Morse, Southern New Hampshire University (’07); Ronnie Rosario, Haverhill High School (’08); Conor Connell, John Carroll University (’10); Mac Jacobson, Suffolk University (’13-14); Hector Coscione, Southern New Hampshire University (’15); Nick Herzog, UMass/Boston (’18); Jackson Stanton, St. Joseph’s College (Maine) (’19); Ryan Boyle, Framingham State (’22).