Ted Williams is dead

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    Ted Williams is dead

    You Baseball fans know who I am talking about.

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    That's really sad, but hey he lived a good life, at least. Did you ever hear about his Finway Frank story from the last Finway All-Star game? I thought that was kind of funny.

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    Wow, someone dies every 18 seconds.
    Or so the facts say

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    Originally posted by TechWins
    That's really sad, but hey he lived a good life, at least. Did you ever hear about his Finway Frank story from the last Finway All-Star game? I thought that was kind of funny.

    Not sure I know what that is........please elaborate......he could've had more playing time but he ensisted in the armed forces twice, he lost 5 prime years of playing......The second time he didn't even have to enlist but he did anyways........

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    and even so he reached a +.400 average.

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    > and even so he reached a +.400 average.

    That was only 1 season - I believe his career avg was ~344

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    ...but how many other hitters do we know with .344 career average?

    Yes, he was simply the greatest hitter to play the game.
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    Originally posted by dbaryl
    ...but how many other hitters do we know with .344 career average?

    Yes, he was simply the greatest hitter to play the game.
    Considering the man also went to war twice, flew about 40 missions and got shot down twice........lost five prime years......yet still was a great player, that's freaking impresive, also how many hitters hit a homerun their last time at bat?

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    Originally posted by Baseball Is My Second Religion


    Considering the man also went to war twice, flew about 40 missions and got shot down twice........lost five prime years......yet still was a great player, that's freaking impresive, also how many hitters hit a homerun their last time at bat?
    Sorry he only got shot down once.

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    who is ted williams?
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    Originally posted by Klinerr1
    who is ted williams?


    AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! The best pure hitter that ever lived.
    Baseball Player.

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