Ted Williams Autographed Baseball (w/ "Splendid Splinter" Case)

$895.00

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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE

***PRICE INCLUDES A FREE SPORTS GALLERY CUSTOM CASE *** Baseball Legend Ted Williams, who died July 5, 2002, devoted his life to winning the elemental battle between batter and pitcher. He believed in total dedication to his craft. The results speak for themselves: At .344, this Hall of Famer owns one of the highest career batting averages in Major League Baseball history. In 1941,Ted Williams had one of the greatest seasons of all time, hitting .406 - the last time any player finished a season over .400. He won two Triple Crowns, two MVP Awards, six batting titles, and, in spite of spending nearly five full seasons in the military, amassed 521 home runs in his career. Teddy Ballgame hand-signed this official American League Baseball right on the sweet spot.  The ball is weathered with yellowing throughout as most balls from this era are today. Also included FREE of charge is a Sports Gallery Exclusive custom case that includes the classic Red Sox logo and Ted's "Splendid Splinter" nickname.  OR YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN PLATE! The case includes mahogany or black colored wood base, mirrored bottom, UV-protective glass and ball stand.  Just a timeless baseball collectible from one of the greatest ballplayers of all-time.