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[EAN: 9781581822496], Neubuch, [PU: Cumberland House Publishing], BASEBALL BIOGRAPHIES SPORTS BOOKS HISTORY HUMOR ENTERTAINMENT, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|General, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|History, .; Book is BRAND NEW! Very slight shelf wear. Remainder mark on bottom. ; 0.78 x 8.14 x 5.12 Inches; 224 pages; PUBLICATION DATE: APRIL SHIPPING DATE: MARCH Baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams is a true sports legend, a superstar who was his era's greatest hitter. His lifetime .344 average remains one of the highest marks ever achieved. Known at various times as "the Splendid Splinter," "Teddy Ballgame," and simply as "the Kid," Williams played his entire career with the Boston Red Sox. Although missing nearly five full seasons due to military service and two major injuries, Williams still managed to hit 521 home runs to go with his six batting titles, two Triple Crowns, two Most Valuable Player awards, eighteen All-Star selections, and a .406 batting average in 1941 that remains the last time any major-leaguer has topped the .400 mark for a season. Williams was a talented sportsman who hated to lose. He was also an athletic perfectionist who spent half his career being compared with and contrasted to fellow superstar Joe DiMaggio of the rival New York Yankees. The temperamental yet outgoing Williams wasn't exactly a media darling, but he was a respected, hard-working student of the game. Some observers say Williams was to hitting a baseball what Ben Hogan was to striking a golf ball, which might help explain why the two men had a mutual respect for each other that led to a casual friendship. In I Remember Ted Williams, the legendary Red Sox outfielder is remembered through dozens of anecdotes, stories, and insights offered in their own words by former teammates as well as friends, associates, media, baseball officials, and fishing buddies. Together these contributors offer a unique and unforgettable reminiscence of one of the greatest and most enigmatic performers in baseball history. SPORTS; BASEBALL ILLUSTRATED 5" X 7 3/4", 240 PAGES HARDCOVER

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Baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams is a true sports legend, a superstar who was his era's greatest hitter. His lifetime .344 average remains one of the highest marks ever achieved. Known at various times as "the Splendid Splinter, " "Teddy Ballgame, " and simply as "the Kid, " Williams played his entire career with the Boston Red Sox. Although missing nearly five full seasons due to military service and two major injuries, Williams still managed to hit 521 home runs to go with his six batting titles, two Triple Crowns, two Most Valuable Player awards, eighteen All-Star selections, and a .406 batting average in 1941 that remains the last time any major-leaguer has topped the .400 mark for a season. Williams was a talented sportsman who hated to lose. He was also an athletic perfectionist who spent half his career being compared with and contrasted to fellow superstar Joe DiMaggio of the rival New York Yankees. The temperamental yet outgoing Williams wasn't exactly a media darling, but he was a respected, hard-working student of the game. Some observers say Williams was to hitting a baseball what Ben Hogan was to striking a golf ball, which might help explain why the two men had a mutual respect for each other that led to a casual friendship. In I Remember Ted Williams, the legendary Red Sox outfielder is remembered through dozens of anecdotes, stories, and insights offered in their own words by former teammates as well as friends, associates, media, baseball officials, and fishing buddies. Together these contributors offer a unique and unforgettable reminiscence of one of the greatest and most enigmatic performers in baseball history. I Remember Ted Williams: Anecdotes and Memories of Baseball's Splendid Splinter by the Players and People Who Knew Him Cataneo, David, Cumberland House Publishing

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I Remember Ted Williams: Anecdotes and Memories of Baseball's Splendid Splinter by the Players and People Who Knew Him
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Cataneo, David

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I Remember Ted Williams: Anecdotes and Memories of Baseball's Splendid Splinter by the Players and People Who Knew Him

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9781581822496

The legendary Red Sox outfielder is remembered through dozens of anecdotes, stories, and insights from former teammates, friends, associates, baseball officials, and fishing buddies.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781581822496
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1581822499
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: CUMBERLAND HOUSE PUB
240 Seiten
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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