The worst breakups in Red Sox history
Third base: Wade Boggs
The Hall of Famer with a .328 career average went south in 1992, his final year in Boston, batting .259. Having garnered much off-field attention for his extramarital affair with Margo Adams, who later sued him, Boggs angered his teammates with his selfishness, including a much-publicized tiff with Roger Clemens. Boggs took his act to the Yankees the following season, further angering the Nation.