Family Album

In this Jan. 31, 1964 file photo, former Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Monbouquette poses for a photo at the annual Boston Baseball Writers of America awards dinner in Boston. The Red Sox announced that Monbouquette died Sunday Jan. 25, 2015 in Boston from complications from leukemia. The 20-game winner, and four-time All-Star who threw a no-hitter and who spent more than 50 years in professional baseball was 78. (AP Photo, File)
Looking happy on the last day of a great home stand are the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, May 27, 1964, Boston, Mass. the team is, from the first row, left to right, Arnold Larly, Frank Malzone, coach Bob Turley, coach Bill Herman, manager Johnny Pesky, coach Harry Malmberg, coach Al Lakeman, Carl Yastrzemski, Lou Clinton and Tom Dowd, traveling secretary. Second: trainer Jack Fadden, Dick Williams, Felix Mantilla, Eddie Bressoud, Ed Connoy, Dave Moorehead, Dalton Jones, Dave Gray, Pete Charton, Bill Monbouquette, asst. trainer Winn Greene and equipment manager Don Fitzpatrick. Third: Tony Conigliaro, Earl Wilson, Chuck Schilling, Russ Nixon. Bill Spanswick, Roman Mejias, Jack Lamabe, Bob Tillman, Bob Heffner, Dick Stuart and Dick Radatz. Bat boys are Jimmy Morrison and Keith Rosenfield. (AP Photo)