Prior to Tuesday night's MLB All-Star Game, all 30 Major League franchises revealed their "Franchise Four," or the four greatest players in the history of their franchise.
The fans decided that Pedro Martinez, David Ortiz, Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski deserved the honor for the Boston Red Sox.
But with such a rich history, there are many players who could've been in consideration for those four spots.
Bob Neumeier would like to remove David Ortiz and put Roger Clemens in his place. But Danny Picard isn't ready to pull the designated hitter out of the conversation.
"You have to have David Ortiz in there," said Picard. "The guy has won three championships with the Red Sox. This was an organization that was dying to get someone in there to help them. He took the team on his back in 2004. On his back. And he then helped them win two more championships after that."
A ton of other names were tossed around from Cy Young to Luis Tiant.
Who would be in your "Franchise Four?"