Title: Ted Williams
|Date:||June 9, 2015|
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His parents, who he later came to resent, were poor and constantly working
("My Turn At Bat"16). This left Ted with lots of free time. So he hung out at baseball diamonds and developed a batting stroke that would become legendary.
After graduation from Herbert Hoover High School, Williams' talents got him a contract with a minor league baseball team in San Diego ("My Turn at Bat" 26)...
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His progressed very quickly, and two years later, Williams was the starting left fielder for the Boston Red Sox.
In the two decades which Ted Williams played he was a baseball icon. His first season was extraordinary. As a rookie in 1939, Williams hit .327 and popped 31 home runs over the Fenway walls, giving Red Sox fans a glimpse of what they would see for years to come...
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