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Ted Williams'>Remember Ted Williams the homeless man with the Golden Voice? He starts off this commercial: Pepsi TV Commercial, 'Joy of Pepsi' Feat. Tori Kelly, Kyrie Irving, Jeff Gordon - #ispottv 

As legend has it, the #RedSox  and #Yankees  once kicked around the idea of trading Ted Williams for Joe DiMaggio. It has been years since the rivals made a significant deal. Why not now? A six-player proposal:

Just keep going. Everybody gets better if they keep at it. -Ted Williams

Just keep going. Everybody gets better if they keep at it. -Ted Williams

This is fun...on my new show Full Court Press (check out to how / when you can watch) my good friend and Fox News Contributor Ted Williams

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Alex Bregman’s great grandpa owned a small piece of the Skins when they moved here. His grandpa was one of the most important behind the scene figures in one era of the Senators. His dad grew up on Ted Williams’s knee and went to Walter Johnson high!!

Just keep going. Everybody gets better if they keep at it. ~ Ted Williams

Dude is only swinging with his arms. I'm no Ted Williams but I'm pretty sure bending your knees and turning your hips helps just a tad #strike3 

Sam Snead and Ted Williams once argued whether it was harder to hit a golf ball or a baseball. The Slammer's response promptly ended the debate. 😂

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Ted 'Golden Voice' Williams – US man [who used to be homeless] with a deep, refined voice became an overnight online sensation after being 'discovered' by a local reporter on a street corner in Columbus back in 2011 2/2

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66 years ago today, Ted Williams returned to the Red Sox lineup after serving in the Korean War, where he had crash-landed his jet after being hit by enemy anti-aircraft fire on a combat mission. He would go on to hit .407 through 37 games.

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Ted Williams missed several seasons in his prime to serve in the military. That didn’t stop Teddy Ballgame from owning the highest OBP (.482) in history. #VeteransDay 

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Imagine this: A player who had won the batting and HR title four times, the AL MVP twice, leaves the game to go serve his country. Ted Williams did exactly that. On this day in 1952, Williams played a game at Fenway and then went to the Korean War to serve as a fighter pilot.

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MLB players age 25-or-younger all time with at least 125 R and 125 BB in a season: Babe Ruth Ted WilliamsAaron Judge ...That's it. 😳🙌

65 years ago this week, Ted Williams safely crash-landed his fighter jet after being hit by enemy anti-aircraft fire on a combat mission in Korea. He would return to the Red Sox that August, batting .407 in 37 games.

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100 years ago today, The Splendid Splinter was born. RETWEET for a chance at a replica Ted Williams bat!

This Day In 1952: Ted Williams plays his last game of the season as he is shipped off to be a pilot in the Korean War. He hits a homer in his last at-bat. Worried about his finances, the Red Sox pay him his entire $85K salary. Flies 39 missions during war. Returns in 1953.

#TBT : To one of the greatest hitters that ever lived. This Ted Williams card could be yours. RT for a chance to win #MLBCards 

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On this date in 1958, Ted Williams signed with Red Sox for $135,000, making him highest-paid MLB player at the time.

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