Jim Rice, Larry Lucchino

Former <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000005" title="Boston Red Sox" href="/topic/sports/baseball/boston-red-sox-ORSPT000005.topic">Red Sox</a> left fielder <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008353" title="Jim Rice" href="/topic/sports/baseball/jim-rice-PESPT008353.topic">Jim Rice</a>, left, smiles next to Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino after a news conference at Boston's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLREC000025" title="Fenway Park" href="/topic/sports/baseball/fenway-park-PLREC000025.topic">Fenway Park</a>, Monday, Jan. 12, 2009, held to announce that Rice was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame. Rice joins <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008152" title="Carl Yastrzemski" href="/topic/sports/baseball/carl-yastrzemski-PESPT008152.topic">Carl Yastrzemski</a>, Ted Williams and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT001863" title="Bobby Doerr" href="/topic/sports/bobby-doerr-PESPT001863.topic">Bobby Doerr</a> as the only Hall of Famers who played their entire careers for Boston.

( STEVEN SENNE / AP / January 12, 2009 )

Former Red Sox left fielder Jim Rice, left, smiles next to Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino after a news conference at Boston's Fenway Park, Monday, Jan. 12, 2009, held to announce that Rice was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame. Rice joins Carl Yastrzemski, Ted Williams and Bobby Doerr as the only Hall of Famers who played their entire careers for Boston.

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