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Ted Williams(1918-2002)

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(1939-1942, 1960)

Basball Player Name: Ted Williams

Time period of Play:1939-1960

Position of Play: Left fielder

Ted Williams made the American League proud by winning Triple Crown twice and leading the batting six times.
He is one of the great players of the league who made an average of .344 with 521 home runs. In 1966, he was honored with the prestigious baseball hall of fame.
Till today, Williams remains the highest career batting average of anyone with 500 or more home runs. 1941 was the golden year of his career when he made .406 with 37 HR, 120 RBI, and 135 runs. His .551 base percentage was a major record that remained for a great span of 61 years.
He nearly played 21 seasons with the Boston Red Hox. In 1946, Ted gave a major hit of his career by giving 12-0 for American League. Till date, he is known to be the greatest hitter that American League has ever produced.
Not many of us know of his fishing talent. He proved this by hosting a fishing show and that was even included into the IGFA fishing hall of fame.
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Full Name: Theodore Samuel Williams
Born:August 30, 1918
Died: July 5, 2002
Playing Position: Left fielder


MLB debut was in April 20, 1939 for the Boston RedSox and Last MLB appearance was in September 28, 1960 for the Boston RedSox
Batting Average   .344
Hits    2,654
Home Runs    521
Runs Batted In    1,839


Boston RedSox (1939-1942, 1960

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