TED WILLIAMS by Ray Robinson


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The great slugger who took the 1941 batting title with a phenomenal 406 is seen in his natural surroundings on the diamond of Boston's Fenway Park and more specifically at home plate where his style and skill could stop the show. Ted Williams story has been written before. In this rendition, Ray Robinson has gathered photographs and statistics to verify every step of the way. How Ted achieved his reputation in the hall of baseball fame is highlighted and as usual the stress is on ""Play Ball"". Sports fans -- here's another addition to your careening supply.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1962
Publisher: Putnam