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Below is a baseball poster of Ted Williams, widely considered the greatest hitter who ever lived.  This Ted Williams poster shows him at the plate, taking a swing during a game. He is shown here in his Boston Red Sox uniform in a black and white photo.


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Ted Williams

20 x 16 Sports Photo / Poster


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Ted Williams Posters

The greatest hitter who ever lived.  That is how he wanted to be remembered and that is what he was, the greatest baseball hitter ever.  Ted Williams was born in 1918 in California and turned professional right out of high school.  He was brought up to the big show in 1939 by the Boston Red Sox and played until 1960.  Ted Williams was inducted into the Hall of Fame five years later in 1966.  He was the last man to hit .400 in a season when he batted .406 in 1941.  Williams had a career average of .344 and hit 521 home runs, despite serving his country during WWII and the Korean War in the prime of his career.  Ted Williams was a Marine pilot who was as good in the air as he was on a baseball diamond.  He passed away in July of 2002.  Ted Williams was a true American hero.









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