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A Real Rap Session
Wade Boggs, Ted Williams and Don Mattingly rendezvous to talk about-what else?-hitting.
What Really Happened to Ted Williams
A year after the jarring news that the Splendid Splinter was being frozen in a cryonics lab, new details, including a decapitation, suggest that one of America's greatest heroes may never rest in peace
Hail To The Rajah
Before Ted Williams, there was Rogers Hornsby, the forgotten father of the father of hitting
Teaching Them Ted's Way
Outsiders were talking of Unterrible Teddy and insiders were awed by his knowledge. After two serene, skillful and stimulating weeks with his Washington Senators, Mr. Williams was back in baseball for sure
Farewell, Teddy Ballgame
With the death of Ted Williams, the author reflects on encounters with the Splendid Splinter over half a century
A Tale of Two Eras
Today's players are bigger and stronger, and they make more money. But is the game Bo knows really better than its distant cousin of 40 years ago, when a Duke ruled in Flatbush and Ted Williams was still the king of Swing?
TED WILLIAMS DEFIES HIS CRITICS
"One of the finest young hitters to come to the big leagues in a number of years is Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox. You couldn't call him a fresh young man, ...
ROUNDING THIRD SEVERAL STROKES HAVE ROBBED TED WILLIAMS OF MUCH OF HIS FABLED EYESIGHT, BUT AT 78 HE'S AS CANTANKEROUS AS EVER AND ENJOYING FATHERHOOD AT LAST
Early one Tuesday morning in October, in a hilltop house nestled among live oaks dripping Spanish moss--a house set on the highest point in ...
TRIPLE THREATS TWO-TIME TRIPLE CROWN WINNER TED WILLIAMS NEARLY WON IT FIVE TIMES IN SIX SEASONS. AFTER A 28-YEAR DROUGHT, WILL SOMEONE FINALLY WIN IT AGAIN?
As a prototypically dedicated hitter of the '90s, Mo Vaughn ofthe Boston Red Sox has a home with a batting cage, a pitchingmachine that can simulate any pitch ...