Years with Boston: 1909 (1 game, 0-1, 4.50 ERA, 4 walks, 3 strikeouts)
Best Year in Boston: 1909 (1 game, 0-1, 4.50 ERA, 4 walks, 3 strikeouts)
(I don't think there is a Red Sox card)
"Happy" Jack Chesbro is mostly in the Hall of Fame for his incredible 1904 season in which he won 41 games and threw 48 complete games, both records, for the New York Highlanders. Most of the rest of his career ranged from average to good, but that one season got him in the Hall of Fame. In 1909 Chesbro was 35 years old and was on the downswing of his career. He had pitched in nine games with a 6.34 ERA with the Highlanders when he was placed on waivers. Boston picked him up and he pitched one game with the Red Sox. He pitched six innings and gave up seven hits and three earned runs, walking four, and striking out three. That was it for his stint with Boston.
Chesbro is in the Hall of Fame for his 1904 season. He pitched only one game for Boston and it was not a particularly good game. That one game is as irrelevant to his Hall of Fame case as is possible.