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

Off day conversation: Who is your favorite Oakland Athletic who wasn't that good?

Athletics Nation
He was one strikeout away from batting below .100, and it was an act of the baseball gods the kept him from getting there. Lord knows had he gone up to bat, he would have gotten out. His OPS with the A's was lower than Ted Williams batting average at ...

1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Serena Williams to speak at 2017 TED Talks in Vancouver

Tennis World
The theme of this year's event is The Future You with Serena Williams also set to feature at the conference this year. The American is pregnant with her first child and recently posted a picture on snapchat with the caption '20 weeks' and baby bump ...



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1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

Ted Williams' advice for the Kansas City Royals

Kansas City Star (blog)
Ted Williams, the last man to hit .400 in the major leagues, wrote a book called “The Science of Hitting.” In that book Williams said the number one rule of hitting was getting a good pitch to hit. There have been some bad-ball hitters – guys who get ...

1948 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Ted Williams News

To bunt or not to bunt

Biddeford Journal Tribune
On July 14, 1946, in the first game of a doubleheader between the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox, at Fenway Park, Ted Williams went four for five, with three homers, and eight runs batted in as the Sox won, 11-10. His first time up in Game 2, Ted ...

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