Ted Williams Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Ted Williams

This Biography is about one of the best Baseball Players Ted Williams including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Ted Williams
Real NameTed Williams
ProfessionBaseball Players
Nick NameTheodore Samuel Williams
Famous asBaseball Player
Personal life of Ted Williams
Born on30 August 1918
Birthday30th August
Died At Age83
Sun SignVirgo
Born inSan Diego
Died on05 July 2002
Place of deathFlorida
HispanicFamous Hispanic Baseball Players
Grouping of PeopleHispanic Athletes
Family Background of Ted Williams
FatherSamuel Stuart Williams
MotherMay Venzor

Spouses/PartnersDolores Wettach (m. 1968-1974), Lee Howard (m. 1961-1967), Doris Soule (m. 1944-1955)
ChildrenJohn Henry Williams, Barbara Joyce Williams, Claudia Williams
Net worth$5 million
Personal Fact of Ted Williams

Popularly nicknamed The Splendid Splinter, Baseball Hall of fame inductee, Ted Williams is widely regarded as one of the greatest baseball players of all time. This baseball legend devoted 22 years of his life to the Boston Red Sox baseball team, a team for which he played all through his baseball career.

A left fielder, Williams was recognized by the American League as the Most Valuable Player and he has also been awarded the Major League Baseball Triple Crown. He is often referred to as The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived because he is best remembered for his hitting prowess. A Major League baseball batting champion combined with a batting average of more than 500 home runs, Williams holds the record for having one of the highest batting averages.

Apart from his achievements in the field of baseball, Williams served for United States Marine Corps as a naval aviator during the World War II and was also called to duty during the Korean War. He had an ebullient, jovial personality and was also an ardent fishing enthusiast.

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