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  1. Ted Williams: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by Bruce Markusen, 2004-08-30
  2. Ted Williams (Baseball Legends) by Rick Wolff, 1993-04-01
  3. Ted Williams: A Baseball Life by Michael Seidel, 2000-09-01
  4. Ted Williams (Baseball Superstars) by Ronald A. Reis, 2008-01-31
  6. Ted Williams (Baseball Hall of Famers) by Shaun McCormack, 2003-08
  7. Ted Williams- A Baseball Life `2nd EDITION by Mcharl Srdrl, 2003
  8. Ted Williams a Baseball Life by Michael Seidel, 1991-01-01
  9. TED WILLIAMS: A BASEBALL LIFE. by Michael. Siedel, 1991
  10. What I learned about hitting from Ted Williams.(BASEBALL): An article from: Coach and Athletic Director by Dell Bethel, 2005-01-01
  11. Baseball Legends: Ted Williams by Rich WOLFF, 1993-01-01
  12. Mexican American Major League Baseball Players: Ted Williams, Nomar Garciaparra, Evan Longoria, Russ Ortiz, Lefty Gomez, Freddy Sanchez
  13. Article Baseball Great Ted Williams Goes Fishing This is not a book but an article, ad or vintage paper item by Vintage Paper, 1954
  14. I Remember Ted Williams: Anecdotes and Memories of Baseball's Splendid Splinter by the Players and People Who Knew Him (I Remember Series) by David Cataneo, 2002-04

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var subTitle="Sighted in Arizona!" var colorScheme="aqua" Bankruptcy Around AZ document.writeln( document.title ) document.write(document.title) Other Celebrities A B C ... Z Williams, Ted (Theodore Samuel Williams, 1918 ) Baseball player, fighter pilot. Frozen in Scottsdale Ted Willaims' resting placeuntil he defrostsis the Alcon Life Extension Foundation cryonic facility at 7895 East Acoma Drive, Suite 110, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260. Those wishing to join Williams in an icy afterlife can learn more from the source at Ted Williams, aka "Teddy Ballgame," "The Splendid Splinter" and "The Kid," was number nine on Boston Red Sox in a two decade baseball career starting in 1939, with time out for two stints in the military. Williams spent three years as a Navy pilot during World War II, and two years as a Marine pilot in Korean conflict. On about half of the Korean missions, he was John Glenn's wingman. He was said to be the best baseball hitter in the world (last major leaguer to hit over .400), the best fighter pilot, and the best fly-caster. When Williams died his body disappeared from the Florida funeral homemysteriously to someand ended up in a cryonics facility in Scottsdale. His son, John Henry Williams, who had seen little of his father while growing up, had become close to his father in his last years. The younger Williams who was studying business at the University of Maine got the idea of selling a fifty-year commemorative T-shirt honoring his father's .406 batting average in 1941. Eventually John-Henry was managing his father's affairs. When his father suffered a stroke in 1994, he moved to Florida to care for him. John-Henry's dot com company, Hitter Inc., filed for bankruptcy in 2000, after suffering over three million in losses.

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Ted Williams was the last major leaguer to hit .400.

6. Ted Williams's Teammates |
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Ted Williams's Teammates Back to Ted Williams's Player Page Notes : This list is intended as a fun starting point to see whose career paths intersected with Ted Williams's. It's not meant to serve as a comprehensive list, since teammates without a page are omitted. Also, since our data doesn't cover exactly when certain players were called up or traded during a given season, there may be some players here who played on the same team as Ted Williams during a season but never actually played with him. Harry Agganis 2 teams 1954 Boston Red Sox 1955 Boston Red Sox Ken Aspromonte 2 teams 1957 Boston Red Sox 1958 Boston Red Sox Elden Auker 1 team 1939 Boston Red Sox Bobby Avila 1 team 1959 Boston Red Sox Floyd Baker 2 teams 1953 Boston Red Sox 1954 Boston Red Sox Matt Batts 5 teams 1947 Boston Red Sox 1948 Boston Red Sox 1949 Boston Red Sox 1950 Boston Red Sox 1951 Boston Red Sox Frank Baumann 5 teams 1955 Boston Red Sox 1956 Boston Red Sox 1957 Boston Red Sox 1958 Boston Red Sox 1959 Boston Red Sox Al Benton 1 team 1952 Boston Red Sox Lou Berberet 1 team 1958 Boston Red Sox Moe Berg 1 team 1939 Boston Red Sox Boze Berger 1 team 1939 Boston Red Sox Milt Bolling 6 teams 1952 Boston Red Sox 1953 Boston Red Sox 1954 Boston Red Sox 1955 Boston Red Sox 1956 Boston Red Sox 1957 Boston Red Sox

7. Baseball In Wartime - Ted Williams
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Ted Williams Date and Place of Birth: August 30, 1918 San Diego, California Died: July 5, 2002, Crystal River, Florida
Baseball Experience: Major League
Position: Outfield
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Military Unit: United States Marine Corps Area Served: United States Theodore S “Ted” Williams was born in San Diego, California on August 30, 1918. Williams played baseball at Herbert Hoover High School in San Diego. After graduation, he was signed by the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League. By the age of 19, he was putting up exceptional numbers with in the American Association with the Minneapolis Millers. Williams joined the Boston Red Sox in 1939 and led the American League in RBIs while finishing fourth in the MVP balloting. In 1941 he hit an incredible .406 making him the first man to hit .400 since Bill Terry in 1930. Williams had been classified 3-A in the military draft due to the fact that his mother was totally dependent on him. When his classification was changed to 1-A following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he made an appeal to his draft board which was upheld. “I am going to play ball this season,” he announced. “My conscience is clear. I have as much right to be exempted as anyone else. I have my mother to support. Before my status was changed to 1-A, I made commitments which I must go through with. I can do this by playing ball this year. When the season is over, I’ll get into the Navy as fast as I can.”

8. Ted Williams Simply One Of The Greatest Hitters In History
A look at the historic aspect of baseball and its players. This site features a special emphasis on South Carolina players.

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11. Ted Williams Biography | Baseball Player, War Hero, And World Class Fisherman
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Theodore (Ted) Samuel Williams
Born: August 30, 1918
Died: July 5, 2002
Place of Birth: San Diego, California
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  • Ted William is considered by many as the most effective hitter ever in baseball.
    As a youngster, his parents were very hard working people and left Williams to have time on his hands for baseball.
    That fact, coupled with the weather, let him take advantage to play pick-up ball year-round as much as he could.
    He had extremely good eyesight and he wisely learned as a teen not to swing at bad pitches.
    Williams was signed by the Boston Red Sox in 1936 and farmed out to their San Diego affiliate.
    In his first season with Boston in 1939, he broke the record for runs batted in by a rookie.
    As a rookie, Williams had an egotistical attitude and his remarks at times disturbed other players, fans, and reporters.
    In 1941, Wiliams led all major league hitters with an unbelieveable .406 average.
    He won the coveted American League Triple Crown in 1942 but did not gain the MVP award.
    Williams missed three seasons of baseball when, in late1942, he joined the Marines and became a pilot and flight instructor.
    In his first return season to baseball, he led the Red Sox to the league championship but the team lost out in the World Series.

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    Ted Williams Theodore Samuel Williams The Splendid Splinter, The Kid, The Thumper Induction Information Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 1966,
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    Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 1966, Player
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    Hall of Fame plaque for Ted Williams
    Born: August 30, 1918, in San Diego, California
    Died: July 5, 2002, in Inverness, Florida ML Debut:
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    Bats: L Throws: R Primary Uniform #: Played For: Boston Red Sox (1939-1942, 1946-1960)
    Primary Team: Boston Red Sox Managed: Washington Senators (1969-1971), Texas Rangers (1972) Post-Season: 1946 World Series Awards: All-Star (17): 1940-1942, 1946-1951, 1953-1960; American League MVP 1946 and 1949 Hitting Bio The Red Sox' Ted Williams was one of baseball's greatest hitters. Combining keen vision with quick wrists and a scientific approach to hitting, he set numerous batting records despite missing nearly five full seasons due to military service and two major injuries. His accomplishments include a .406 season in 1941, two Triple Crowns, two MVPs, six American League batting championships, 521 home runs, a lifetime average of .344, 17 All-Star game selections, and universal reverence. Quote "Confidence oozed out of him. He took something away from you even before you threw a pitch."

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    15. Ted Williams - MSN Encarta
    Williams, Ted (19182002), American baseball player and manager, considered one of the greatest hitters in major league history. Known as The

    16. Ted Williams (8/30/1918--7/5/2002) [Archive] - Addict Baseball And Football Foru
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    Addict Baseball and Football Forum Baseball Roundtables History Forum PDA View Full Version : Ted Williams (8/30/19187/5/2002) Baseball Guru 07-05-2002, 02:43 PM
    Name: Theodore Samuel Williams
    Nicknames: The Splendid Splinter, The Thumper, Teddy Ballgame, The Kid
    Birthdate: August 30, 1918
    Hometown: San Diego, California
    Jersey: #9 -The first Red Sox Number to be Retired
    Hands: Throws: Right; Bats: Left
    Personal: 6'3", 205 lbs.
    Team: Boston Red Sox
    Career: Player: 1939-1942, 1946-1960 (All with Red Sox); Manager: 1969-1972 (3 with Washington Senators and 1 with Texas Rangers * Quotes: (As a rookie) "All I want out of life is that when I walk down the street folks will say 'There goes the greatest hitter who ever lived.'" * "Baseball is the only field of endeavour where a man can succeed 3 times out of 10 and be considered a good performer." Other: * Williams missed a few pro seasons to serve as a Marine Pilot in WWII and the Korean War.

    17. Ted Williams - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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    Tedwilliams_and_tomyawkey.jpg Theodore Samuel "Ted" Williams August 30 July 5 ), also called The Splendid Splinter Teddy Ballgame or The Kid , was a Baseball Hall of Famer who spent 19 seasons, twice interrupted by military service, with the Boston Red Sox . Williams was a two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner, led the league in batting six times and won the Triple Crown twice. He had a career batting average of .344, with 521 home runs. An avid fisherman, he hosted a television show about fishing, and was also inducted into the Fishing Hall of Fame Williams was born in San Diego, California as Teddy Samuel Williams (he later changed his name to Theodore), in honor of Teddy Roosevelt . Early in his career, he stated that he wished to be remembered as the "greatest hitter who ever lived". Many experts believe that he indeed achieved this goal. His two MVP Awards and two Triple Crowns came in different years. Along with Rogers Hornsby , he is one of only two players to win the Triple Crown twice.

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    Theodore Samuel "Ted" Williams August 30 July 5 ), aka The Splendid Splinter Teddy Ballgame or simply The Kid , was a United States Baseball Hall of Famer who spent 19 seasons, interrupted by military service, with the Boston Red Sox . Williams was a two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner who also won the Triple crown twice and had a lifetime total of 521 home runs. He was also an avid fisherman who mantained, for some period, a television show about fishing. He was also inducted into the Fishing Hall of Fame[?] Williams was born in San Diego, California Teddy Samuel Williams in honor of Teddy Roosevelt (he later changed his name to Theodore) and is hailed as one of the finest hitters to have ever played the game. His two MVP Awards and two Triple Crowns came in different years. He is one of only two players (the other being Rogers Hornsby[?] ) to have won the Triple Crown twice. In , he came to the last game of the season with a batting average of .3996, which would be rounded up to .400 and thus make Williams the first man to hit .400 since Bill Terry[?]

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    San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds, New York Yankees stars Jason Giambi and Gary Sheffield and three other major league baseball players received steroids from a Burlingame nutritional supplement lab, federal investigators were told.
    The baseball stars allegedly got the illegal performance-enhancing drugs from the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative through Greg Anderson, Bonds' personal weight trainer and longtime friend, according to information furnished the government and shared with The Chronicle.
    In addition to Bonds, Giambi and Sheffield, the other baseball players said to have received steroids from BALCO via Anderson were two former Giants, outfielder Marvin Benard and catcher Benito Santiago, and a former A's second baseman, Randy Velarde.

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    http// http// Forum General Baseball Forums Around The Majors PDA View Full Version : Merged: R.I.P Ted Williams NJ Fan 07-05-02, 11:55 AM Just heard he passed away at 83. May he rest in peace. He was some
    player! 07-05-02, 11:56 AM
    Another sad day for baseball. Too many sad days this season.
    RIP Teddy Ballgame Danmel 07-05-02, 12:00 PM A true Baseball Legend. I will never forget the way the players congregated around him a few years ago when the All Star game as in Fenway- they were in awe. He was ill for a very long time, but is a sad day for baseball.
    Rest in Peace, Ted. JeanC 07-05-02, 12:03 PM Rest In Peace Ted Williams.
    Our Heartfelt Condolences to your family.
    You Were Truly A Baseball Lengend One that will be in Baseball History forever. yankeegeek 07-05-02, 12:04 PM Sad day indeed. Teddy was an amazing talent that comes around once in a lifetime. I love what he once said to Mark McGuire. He asked him if, when he hit a Home Run, he smelt wood burning? Bozidar 07-05-02, 12:04 PM not only a ledgend, but an american hero :(
    Rest In Peace, Teddy Ballgame. You may have played for the Sox, but when you fought for this country we all knew you were a Yankee at heart. :(

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