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Manny Ramirez, shown working as a hitting consultant for the Cubs in 2016, will be inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame next year.

David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez, who hit back-to-back in the middle of the Red Sox’s potent lineup from 2003-08, highlight Boston’s 2020 Hall of Fame class.

The Red Sox also will induct former catcher Rich Gedman, an AL All-Star in 1986 when Boston won an AL Pennant, and the late Bill Dinneen.

Dan Duquette, Boston’s general manager from 1994-2002, is the 2020 non-uniformed inductee.

Dinneen pitched for the Red Sox from 1902-07. He posted a 2.81 ERA with 156 complete games, including 16 shutouts, in 180 outings (174 starts).

Ramirez, now 47, bashed 274 homers, 256 doubles and seven triples with a .999 OPS from 2001-08 with Boston. The 44-year-old Ortiz crushed 483 home runs, 524 doubles and 16 triples with a .956 OPS for Boston from 2003-16. The class will be honored at a gala April 30.