Who Won the 1948
MLB AL Batting Champion

Ted Williams (.369)

Boston Red Sox

1947 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner
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1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

David Ortiz has No. 34 retired, enters Red Sox lore

Milford Daily News
Ortiz joins Bobby Doerr (1), Joe Cronin (4), Johnny Pesky (6), Carl Yastrzemski (8), Ted Williams (9), Jim Rice (14), Wade Boggs (26), Fisk (27) and Pedro Martinez (45) on the list of players whose Red Sox numbers have been retired. BOSTON — If David ...

1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox top prospect, 'real close' to promotion to Triple-A Pawtucket

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. There still obviously is a game to be played, too. The Red Sox are tied for first ...

1948 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 ...

1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Business, History, Most Importantly Baseball

ithaca.com
Marshall, why such an honor being where Ted Williams was? Who else comes to mind thinking about getting to play there? Worden: For me, I get chills when I mention Babe Ruth. Without a doubt. He's just an incredible baseball player. He puts steps in for ...

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