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Featured is a Ted Williams autographed 8x10 photo. This photo has been professionally framed and matted and is approximately 11x14. This photo is certified by Steiner Sports and comes with their lette

Featured is a Ted Williams autographed photo. This photo has been professionally framed and matted and is approximately This photo is certified by Steiner Sports and comes with their lette

“If there was ever a man born to be a hitter it was me.” – Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox

“If there was ever a man born to be a hitter it was me.” – Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox he was so modest.

American baseball player Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, circa 1950. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Ted Williams: American baseball player Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, circa (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)~

Ted Williams was the Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived. In 1941 Williams finished his 3rd season with the Boston Red Sox with a batting average of .406 and retired in 1960 with a career average of .344. During the last at bat of his career on September 28th, 1960 Williams bid baseball farewell by hitting a home run. He's the only player to bat over .400 in a single season.

Ted Williams, baseball hall of famer and last player to bat in a single season (Boston Red Sox) died at 84 on July 2002

The Lucky Chair, Fenway Park.  Red seat at Fenway Park in right center field. Ted Williams hit a home run 502 ft on June 9, 1946.

The Lucky Chair, Fenway Park. Red seat at Fenway Park in right center field. Ted Williams hit a home run 502 ft on June - I want a picture on this lucky chair that is all.

Ted Williams, 1968. Taken by John Zimmerman.

SI photographer John Zimmerman captures the sweet swing of Ted Williams in this 1968 photo. “The Splendid Splinter,” who retired with a lifetime average, made 19 all-star teams in his career. (John G.

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