Who Won the 1947
MLB AL Batting Champion

Ted Williams (.343)

Boston Red Sox

1946 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner
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1947 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Sisson's Diner, a Middleboro landmark, is back in business

SouthCoastToday.com
The owner of the building, Ted Williams, purchased the building nearly two years ago and financed a long, complicated renovation and update process dictated by limitations and permitting requirements pertaining to the building's historical designation ...

1947 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Maria Cirino: .406 Ventures CEO takes a swing for gender equality

Boston Business Journal
It's name is in reference to Ted Williams, a Red Sox player who in 1941 achieved a batting average of .406, a still-unbeaten record. Aside from being “huge Red Sox fans,” Cirino said the story behind the name represents how the firm approaches ...

1947 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

After years of coming up short, Alan Trammell is a shoo-in for Hall of Fame

The San Diego Union-Tribune
Kearny High alum Alan Trammell joined Ted Williams as the only members of the Baseball Hall of Fame who attended high school in San Diego. (Kim Klement / USA TODAY Sports). Dennis LinContact Reporter. Alan Trammell spent 15 years on a Hall of Fame ...

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