Ted Williams


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United States baseball player noted as a hitter (1918-2002)

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Bradlee has unearthed information that will surprise even the most ardent Ted Williams fan.
CUTLINE: Tris Speaker's Dan Malm slides safely into third base as Schwartz's Matt Titus applies the tag during Saturday night's Worcester City Series championship at Ted Williams Little League Field.
Our Major League Baseball All-Stars Forever Stamps salute the accomplishments of Ted Williams, Larry Doby, Willie Stargell and Joe DiMaggio-truly remarkable men.
Ted Williams was discovered while living and panhandling on the streets of Columbus after an unsuccessful radio career.
The 12-man squad is: Andy Hurworth (captain), Nick Sharp, Alan Hitchmough, Ted Williams, Tony Waddington, Ian Brown, Chris Lees, Kenny Crofton, Bob Worsley, Chris Murphy, Alan Rothwell and Jim Wilde.
Ted Williams painted a bright and nostalgic picture of the New Theatre, which was 100 years old on Sunday.
The major-league record is 84games by Ted Williams.
Ted Williams is a writer, an artist, and an elder from the Tuscarora tribe in the Iroquois nation in New York State.
Campers will be drafted onto one of four teams managed by Hall of Fame counselor-cum-coaches George Brett, Lou Brock, Phil Niekro and Duke Snider, with one game per day played on historic Doubleday Field (the same stadium on which greats like Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and Henry Aaron appeared during their playing careers).
Baseball fans will welcome Bruce Markusen's Ted Williams (0313328676, $29.
Like a towering nineteenth century opera singer or like the defining Shakespearean actor of the Victorian Age, Ted Williams was an entity that had to be experienced firsthand.
Ted Williams, the XO of VAQ-131 deployed aboard Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), wrote an email home about Lincoln's response to the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
Since everything that Ted Williams ever said about hitting has become an historical artifact, allow us to report a little gem that he once told a reporter (who caught him in an almost pleasant mood):
Ted Williams, also known as "The Splendid Splinter," was a sports icon with such an amazing batting prowess that it enabled others to forgive his darker side.
Still I have never seen anybody mash a baseball harder than Richie Allen--with apologies to Jimmy Foxx and Ted Williams.