Who Won the 1941
MLB AL Batting Champion

Ted Williams (.406)

Boston Red Sox

1940 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner
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1941 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

In sports, inches can makes all the difference

The Exponent Telegram (press release) (registration)
Look at it this way and then realize the miracle it was for Ted Williams to bat .400 or for Barry Bonds to hit 73 home runs in a season ... and I don't care what he took as far as the skill of squarely hitting the ball goes. Tennis has many of the same ...

1941 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox 3B prospect, bashes homer on first pitch he sees at Double A

MassLive.com
8), Ted Williams (No. 9), Jim Rice (No. 14), Wade Boggs (No. 26), Carlton Fisk (No. 27) and Jackie Robinson, whose No. 42 is retired throughout Major League Baseball. Above is a video of Pujols telling the advice Ortiz would give him when he slumped.

1941 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

David Ortiz number retirement a reminder of importance to Red Sox

FanRag Sports (blog)
Manny Ramirez was probably a better pure hitter. Pedro Martinez was more dominant. Ted Williams was Ted Williams. But Ortiz combined on-field production, winning and off-field presence like no other before him and likely no others after him. He was a ...

1941 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Man In Armed Standoff Faces Hospitalization

Caledonian Record
The defense's medical expert, Dr. Ted Williams, said that Kelley was “floridly psychotic and profoundly mentally ill, and that he was a danger to himself and others.” Dr. Williams stated that Kelley's rants were consistent with civil court documents in ...

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