Tony Conigliaro (1945 - 1990) At age 19 in 1964, "Tony C" had a .290 average after hitting 24 home runs. In 1965, the Red Sox outfielder hit more homers than anyone in the American League (32) making him the youngest home run leader in AL history. Conigliaro earned his only trip to the All Star Game in 1967. He was severly injured by a Jack Hamilton fast ball that same year. He never fully recovered.