Jonny Gomes was a powerhouse hitter in the MLB for 13 seasons, playing for a number of contending teams. Playing for 7 different teams, Gomes was a fan-favorite with his boisterous personality and all-out hustle for each teams fan bases. Gomes landed in Boston in 2013 and had a remarkable post season run that helped the team win the World Series. Jonny announced his retirement in 2018 after a few more stints in the Major League’s and became the Rookie League hitting coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Now, Gomes splits his time as the outfield and base-running coordinator for the Diamondbacks as well as color commentator during select games for the Red Sox on NESN.