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WADE BOGGS, 3B Boggs was an eight-time All-Star
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Boggs was an eight-time All-Star in his 11 seasons in Boston (1982-1992). He batted .338 with a .428 OBP for the Red Sox before signing as a free agent with the Yankeesbefore the 1993 season. During five seasons in New York, he hit .313 with a .396 OBP, went to three more All-Star games and helped win a World Series in 1996. | (Credit: AP)

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Are they Yankees or Red Sox?

Are they traitors or were they simply traded? Here's a look at notable players who crossed enemy lines from the Bronx to Fenway Park (or vice versa) in consecutive seasons. That leaves players like Roger Clemens and Kevin Youkilis off the list -- but there are plenty who made the jump directly into or out of pinstripes. Players are listed in alphabetical order.

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