He was named the greatest New Hampshire athlete of all-time in 2004.
He is married to Linda Fisk, and they have three children.
On June 13, 2005, the left-field pole was dedicated as the Fisk Pole.
His number 27 was retired by the Red Sox on September 4, 2000.
He was named honorary captain of the 1999 A.L. All-Star Team.
He joined the Red Sox GM team at the start of the 1999 season.
In the fourth game of the 1975 World Series, he hit one of the most famous home runs ever in the 12th inning.
He hit the most grand slams by a catcher.
Carlton Fisk caught more games as a catcher than any other player in MLB history.
His career salary is $8,360,000.
He played in 2,499 games in his career.
His career high in RBI's came in 1985 with 107.
His career high in home runs came in 1985 with 37.
He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the first round (4th overall) in the 1967 amateur draft.
His Brother-in-Law is Rick Miller, another baseball player.
He is listed at 6'2 and 220 lbs.
He dreamed of playing for the Boston Celtics as a boy.
He went to Charlestown High School.
He attended the University of New Hamphshire.
He wore the numbers 27 and 72 during his career.
In 2006, the White Sox present him with a World Series ring.
A life-size bronze statue of him sits outside of US Cellular Field in Chicago, that went up in 2005.
He was given the nickname "Pudge" and the "Commander."
He played for the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago White Sox.
Carlton Fisk was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. He was elected to the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 1997.
Carlton Fisk was Rookie of the Year in 1972.
Carlton Fisk was in 11 All-Star games.
Fisk bats and throws right-handed.
Carlton Fisk made his MLB debut on 9-18-1969. He played his last game June 22, 1993.
Fisk was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2000.