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Manager Ted Williams, right, of the Washington Senators and two home run hitting outfielders flash big grins in the dressing room after defeating the New York Yankees 9-6, April 10, 1969, Washington, D.C. Frank Howard, left, slammed two home runs, bringing his total to four in the first three games of the season, while Brant Alyea hammered another four-bagger. (AP Photo/Charles W. Harrity)

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Ted Williams Baseball Card

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This undated photo provided by Hunt Auctions shows a baseball in pristine condition that Hall of Famer Babe Ruth autographed for Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams and sold for $195,500 during an auction of Williams' sports, military and personal memorabilia, Saturday, April 28, 2012, in Boston. The ball, which had the inscription: "To my pal Ted Williams, From Babe Ruth," set a record sale for a baseball signed by Ruth that wasn't used in a game, Hunt Auctions Inc. said. (AP Photo/Hunt Auctions)

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Tony Gwynn helps Hall of Famer Ted Williams throw the ceremonial first pitch, Tuesday, July 13, 1999 at the start of the All Star Game at Fenway Park in Boston. (AP Photo/Matt York,POOL)

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Boston Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams stands July 1, 1941, on the steps of the dugout at Yankee Stadium before the game. (Associated Press)

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Red Sox slugger Ted Williams clinched baseball's last .400 season by going 6-for-8 in a doubleheader on the last day in 1941 to finish at .406. Sixteen years later, he batted .388. (Associated Press)

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Boston Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams stands July 1, 1941, on the steps of the dugout at Yankee Stadium before the game. (Associated Press)

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File-In this Thursday, Jan. 6,2011 file photo, Ted Williams, a homeless man from Columbus, Ohio, whose deep, velvety voice and touching story prompted an outpouring of sympathy and job offers from across the country, is interviewed an appearance on the NBC "Today" television show, in New York. Williams and his daughter got into a heated argument Monday night at a Hollywood hotel where police officers took the pair to the Hollywood police station, calmed them down, talked to them and let them go. It was a minor disturbance and the pair weren't arrested. (AP Photo/Richard Drew,File)

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In this photo taken in late December, 2010, Ted Williams holds a sign advertising his smooth radio voice near a highway ramp in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Williams, who is homeless, became an online video sensation when the Columbus Dispatch posted a video of him speaking in his deep baritone voice on its website this week. The Cleveland Cavaliers contacted him on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, to offer him an announcing job. (AP Photo/Columbus Dispatch, Doral Chenoweth III)