Ted Williams


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

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The work consists of demolishing toll plazas and reconfiguring the interchange on I-90 at the Ted Williams Tunnel.
The last pitcher to strike out Ted Williams was Bobby Shantz of the Yankees on Sept.
It is hard to believe that there may be more information to be uncovered on the life of Ted Williams.
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.
Ted Williams was discovered while living and panhandling on the streets of Columbus after an unsuccessful radio career.
Just hitting a baseball is difficult enough, as Ted Williams so articulately explained above.
Ted Williams led the league in walks eight times, and still today holds the record (minimum 1,000 games) for the highest walks percentage (20.
Ted Williams, despite landing himself in rehab after being arrested following a drunken altercation with his daughter, closed a deal to star in a show that will be called "Second Chances at Life," according to TMZ.
Former voiceover artist Ted Williams, who lost his career due to drink and drugs, was found begging by the side of the road in Columbus, Ohio.
Ted Williams, 53, had fallen on hard times and been living on the street for 10 years.
Ted Williams has been standing next to the interstate-71 with a sign telling motorists he has a "God-given voice".
The Cheshire team features three players who have represented England at over-60s level this season and also ex-Liverpool Competition chairman Ted Williams.
I have a Sears Ted Williams Model 75, 20 gauge autoloader.
The charitable event will benefit the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth, the Ted Williams Museum and the Fisher Cats Foundation, and will include dinner, a silent auction and an autograph session featuring baseball stars of the past, present and future.