Jim Rice
FameRank: 5

"James Edward "Jim" Rice", nicknamed ""Jim Ed"", is a former Major League Baseball left fielder.

Jim Rice played his entire career for the Boston Red Sox from 1974 in baseball/1974 to 1989 in baseball/1989. An 8-time American League (AL) Major League Baseball All-Star Game/All-Star, he was named the AL's MLB Most Valuable Player Award/Most Valuable Player in after becoming the first major league player in 19 years to hit for 400 total bases, and went on to become the ninth player to lead the major leagues in total bases in consecutive seasons, and joined Ty Cobb as one of two players to lead the AL in total bases three years in a row. He batting average/batted .300 seven times, collected 100 run batted in/runs batted in (RBI) eight times and 200 hit (baseball)/hits four times, and had eleven seasons with 20 home runs, also leading the league in home runs three times, RBIs and slugging average twice each.

More Jim Rice on Wikipedia.