Ted Williams’ goal was simple, The Sporting News wrote upon his death in 2002: to be called ‘the greatest hitter who ever lived.’ His lifetime passion for putting bat to ball pushed him from skinny rookie to mercurial superstar and, finally, to cherished elder statesman.
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