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November 28, 1958 > The Boston Red Sox sign teenage sensation Carl Yastrzemski to a reported bonus of $100,000. The future Hall of Famer will make his Major League debut three years later -- in the left field position previously held by Ted Williams -- and go on to deliver 3,419 hits and 452 home runs in a 23-year-career.