Foxx still had a lot left when he joined the BoSox in the 1936 season. He would be an All-Star in all six of his full campaigns in New England, and the First Baseman was still a power threat. He had at least 35 or more Home Runs each year from 1936 to 1940, and incidentally, the year where he had the least (1939 with 35 HR) was the season he won the Home Run Title. The year before was his best with Boston. Foxx had 50 Home Runs, and led the American League in Runs Batted In (175), and would sweep the Slash Line with numbers of .349/.462/.704. He was named the MVP this season and was the runner-up in 1939.
Foxx’s play declined dramatically in 1942 (it is suspected that his drinking caught up with him), and he placed on waivers, and he would be picked up by the Chicago Cubs. With Boston, he would hammer 222 Home Runs with 788 RBIs and a Slash Line of .320/.429/.605.Foxx would be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951.