Tuesday evening on The Drive, Ernie Clark and I had the honor of chatting with Red Sox Hall of Famer, Fred Lynn.

Lynn became an immediate fan favorite by winning the 1975 AL Rookie of the Year & MVP award - a feat that has only been matched since by Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 - while helping power the Sox to Game 7 of the '75 World Series.

In our 24-minute conversation with the 9x All-Star, we covered:

- Getting drafted out of high school by the New York Yankees (2:44)

- His career/most memorable moments in Boston (6:10)

- Lynn's memories of the '75 World Series (10:06)

- Lynn's departure from Boston and comparing that situation to what Xander Bogaerts just went through (13:10)

- The business of baseball in 2022 (19:20)

Listen to the entire conversation, right here -


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