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Of Larry Parrish's 1,891 career big-league games, just 52 were spent with the Red Sox. They took a flier on him after Parrish was waived by the Rangers in July 1988. Parrish hit .259 with seven home runs for Boston. His first homer with the Sox was career No. 250, on July 17 off Minnesota's Jim Winn. Parrish would retire the year.
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