The Red Sox announced that they will induct four members to its Hall of Fame in 2014, including two of the franchise's best pitchers of all time, a hometown favorite, and the voice of the team.
Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez and Nomar Garciaparra have been selected as the 2014 Red Sox Hall of Fame inductees, and Joe Castiglione, Red Sox radio broadcaster since 1983, has been chosen as the non-uniformed inductee.
The players were chosen by a 16-person panel, which includes club executives, print and broadcast media members, booster club representatives, and historians. Garciaparra was one of 15 position players under consideration. Clemens and Martinez were among 13 pitchers considered.
Martinez’s 1999 one-hit, 17-strikeout complete game against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium has been selected as the “Great Red Sox Moment,” a memorable moment in Red Sox history regarded for its special significance.