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During his 19-year career as an outfielder for the Boston Red Sox (1939--60), he hit 521 home runs and posted a lifetime batting average of .344, sixth highest in major league history; his career total walks (2,019) are second only to Babe Ruth's. In 1941 he batted .406, a mark not bested in over 50 years. He managed the Washington Senators (1969--71) and the Texas Rangers (1972). One of the finest hitters in the game's history, he lost five years of his baseball career due to active military service as a combat pilot in World War II and the Korean conflict. Nicknamed "the Splendid Splinter," he was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1966. Offered is a 3x5" postcard photo in vintage black and white picturing Ted Williams swinging a bat. The picture has been autographed in blue fountain pen which dates to the early 50's. Photo and signature are Mint!
Ted Williams Autographed B&W 3x5" Postcard Photo
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