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Ted Williams  

Named to starting outfield of Greatest Living Team, 1969. Named MLB Player of Decade for 1950s. Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966. AL MVP in 1946, 49. Won AL Triple Crown in 1942, 47. Led AL in batting six times. Led AL in home runs four times. Led AL in total bases five times. Led AL in walks eight times. Led AL in slugging percentage nine times. Holds MLB record for most successive times reaching base safely, 16, in Sept. 1957 (2 singles, 4 HR, 9 BB, 1 HBP). Oldest MLB player to win batting title, batting .388 in 1957 at age 39. Won batting title again in 1958 at age 40. Voted Greatest Red Sox Player of all time by fans, 1969 and 1982. Holds MLB rookie records for most walks (107) and RBIs (145). Holds Red Sox record with 17 grand slams.


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