Ted Williams 1969

Not many players could hit like Ted Williams. Simply put, he was one of the best ever at his trade. Ted williams was the last player in major league baseball history to hit over 400, when in 1941 he eclipsed that mark and ended the season with a .406 batting average. George Brett has been the closest in 1980, he hit .390 for the Kansas City Royals. Had Williams not gone to fight in the war, he would be the all time home run leader. This jersey was worn by the splendid splinter during his first season as a manger for the Washington Senators. Nice photo matches below as Ted took his team to new heights in the the hitting category. Perfect signature on the lower part of this jersey make it one special item.