Mgr. Jake Stahl - played 9 years with Boston and Washington. Led the Al in HR in 1910. Began a two year stint as manager of Washington at the age of 26. Led Boston to a World Championship in 1912 but was replaced as manager midway thru the 1913 season.
Tris Speaker- HOF center fielder primarily with Boston and Cleveland, where he managed for eight years including a World Championship in 1920. Led the AL in HR in 1912 and hitting in 1916. Is the all-time leader in doubles, a category in which he led the league eight times. Had 3,514 hits and a .345 average over his 22 year career. Former rodeo cowboy.
Les Nunamaker - reserve catcher who played in 12 seasons with Boston, the Yankees and Cleveland.
Clyde Engle - starting 1b in 1913, was a reserve most of his career which ended in the Federal League.
Rube Foster - rookie pitcher. Beacame a steady starter for the Red Sox the next four years and won 2 games in the 1915 WS.
Hick Cady - reserve catcher for seven seasons with the Red Sox.
Buck O'Brien - starting pitcher for three years with Boston. Would go to the White Sox for his final six games in the majors in 1913. Won 20 games for Boston in 1912.
Pinch Thomas - rookie reserve catcher. Played for ten years splitting time with Boston and Cleveland.
Larry Gardner - starting 3b who put together a 17 year career and compiled 1,931 hits.
Steve Yerkes - starting 2b. Was a stand-out in the 1912 World series won by Boston.
Charley Hall - relief pitcher nearing the end of a nine year career. Had been a starter with Boston the prior year.
Hugh Bedient - starting pitcher who won 20 games in 1912 as a rookie with the World Champion Red Sox. Pitched for Boston an 1914 before ending his career in the Federal League.
"Smokey" Joe Wood - starting pitcher who won 115 games against only 57 over a pitching career shortened by injury at the age of 25. Led the Al in wins with 34 in 1912 and ERA (1.49) in 1915. Won three games in the 1912 World Series. Also a good hitter who went on to play the outfield for Cleveland between 1918 and 1922.
Bill Carrigan - starting catcher who split time at the job for 10 years with Boston. Became manager midway thru the 1913 season and led the team to World Championships in 1915 and 1916. Retired after the second, but came back to manage Boston to three last place finishes in 1927-1929.
Dutch Leonard - rookie starting pitcher who played 11 season with Boston and Detroit. Had an amazing 0.96 ERA to lead the AL in 1914. In 1926 would accuse Tris Speaker and Ty Cobb of fixing a game in 1919. Both would resign as managers but nothing more would come of the allegation.