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Boston Red Sox

All Time Left Fielder

Ted Williams

1939 - 1960

2292 games, 521 home runs, .344 batting average

Regarded by many as the best pure hitter to ever play the game, Williams didn't falter as he aged--winning the AL batting crown at age 39 and again the following year. He won the batting crown in 1941, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1957, and 1958 and probably would have won additional titles had he not taken off for military service in both WWII and the Korean War. He also won the triple crown in 1942 and 1947 but is best known for being the last man to hit over .400 in 1941 when he finished with a .406 average. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1966, Williams' number 9 was formally retired in 1984.

Williams Hall of Fame Acceptance Speech

Ted Williams photos

Williams Baseball Card

Review of The Teammates


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Manager Joe Cronin
First Baseman George Scott
Second Baseman Bobby Doerr
Third Baseman Wade Boggs
Shortstop Nomar Garciaparra
Left Fielder Ted Williams
Center Fielder Fred Lynn
Right Fielder Carl Yastrzemski
Catcher Carlton Fisk
RH Pitcher Roger Clemens
LH Pitcher Babe Ruth
Closer Dick Radatz
Designated Hitter Jim Rice

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