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Ted Williams (II) (1918–2002)

Theodore Samuel Williams was born in San Diego, California, on August 30, 1918. He signed a contract at the age of 18 in 1936 with the Boston Red Sox baseball team. He was assigned to their farm team in San Diego. In 1939 he made his Major League Baseball debut, where he set the record for most runs batted in by a rookie with 145. Ted Williams hit ... See full bio »


(age 83) in Inverness, Florida, USA

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 1974 The Science of Hitting by Ted Williams (Short) (uncredited)
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book (with John Underwood): "The Science of Hitting". See more »

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18 Print Biographies | 1 Interview | 6 Articles | 13 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »


6' 4" (1.93 m)

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I've found that you don't need to wear a necktie if you can hit. See more »


His birth name was "Teddy" and his was named after President Theodore Roosevelt who was nicknamed "Teddy". Williams changed his legal name to "Theodore" some time later. See more »


The Splendid Splinter See more »

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