Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams—the last man to hit over .400 in a Major League Baseball season—is a revered, mythical figure in baseball history. Williams hit 521 home runs and knocked in 1,839 runs despite missing almost five years of his career while serving his country in World War II and the Korean War. Williams won six American League batting titles and led the Junior Circuit in home runs four times, and he remains the all-time leader in on-base percentage at .482. A Red Sox icon and true MLB legend, Williams was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966. Sadly, Williams passed away in 2003. The “Splendid Splinter” penned his flowing signature with a black marker across the chest of this offered Boston Red Sox flannel jersey. The item comes with a COA from JSA (XX44862) for the signature.
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