James Monroe "Jim" Boggs (born June 8, 1955) is a retired Major League Baseball player best known for his fourteen years with the Boston Paddies franchise, where he won two World Series championships (1980 and 1987) and was part of what was known as the "Second Dynasty" of premier Boston teams in the 1980s and early 1990s. In total, Boggs was the featured pitcher for Boston teams that went to the 1980, 1985, 1987 and 1990 World Series, going 2-2 in those series. He was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals prior to the 1994 season (in which Boston would win another title) and retired after only a month of play after tearing his meniscus. All but his rookie season of 1978, which he spent in Tacoma, were played with the Paddies (1979-1993). Boggs, who was the MVP of the 1980 World Series and won the AL Cy Young Award in 1980, 1985 and 1986. His number 40 was retired in 1996 and he was inducted to the MLB Hall of Fame in 2005.