In the next six seasons, the Third Baseman won five batting titles, all of which were years where he batted over .350. The only year where he didn’t finish first in Batting, was a .325 year. If Boggs wasn’t hitting the ball, he was watching it go away from the strike zone. Boggs would lead the American League in Walks twice, and six On Base Percentage Titles. If Wade Boggs wasn't the best hitter in the mid-80s in the AL, it is hard to come up with anyone else who challenged him for that title. This hitting acumen did not translate into an MVP, but he finished in the top ten in voting four times. With the Red Sox, Boggs was chosen for six Silver Sluggers and went to eight All-Star Games.
Following his Batting Titles, Boggs had three more .300 seasons with the Red Sox. He would sign with the New York Yankees after the 1992 season.In his dozen years with Boston, Boggs compiled 2,098 Hits with a Slash Line of .338/.428/.462. He would be elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005.