Carlton Fisk: The Commander

Carlton Ernest Fisk is an American retired professional baseball player, he played in the Major League Baseball as a catcher for the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox, his nicknamed in his professional career was The Commander and Pudge.

One of his defining moments in his professional career is the game-winning home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. His hall of fame resume includes all-time home runs most by a catcher, most games played as a catcher, 11x time all-star, and rookie of the year in 1972.

He was one of the legendary players in the Boston Red Sox because of his charisma and stellar performance in his professional career, his passion, and desire to win made him a tough guy in the field notably with feuds with other team players such as Thurman Munson of the New York Yankees Deion Sanders, and many more but despite this feuds, he was inducted in the hall of fame in the year 2000.

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