Haywood Sullivan

Sullivan signed as a catcher for $50,000 with the Red Sox in 1952. He never hit for the Red Sox but played regularly for the A’s in 1961-62, and managed them to a last-place finish in 1965. He later became the Red Sox general manager and was part of the group that bought the team when Tom Yawkey died, becoming president of the franchise. His son Marc Sullivan caught for the Red Sox in the 1980s.