About Ted Williams Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Historical Ted Williams Milestones
Boston Red Sox great, Ted Williams has had many nicknames throughout his time on the baseball diamond. Among these are “The Kid”, “The Splendid Splinter”, and arguably the most fitting, “The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived”. When Williams joined the Boston Red Sox in 1939, he made an immediate impact as the team’s best hitter. In only his third season of professional baseball, Williams hit .406, a feat that has not been accomplished since. Williams took the craft of hitting and made it into an art form. In one instance, Williams even claimed, "No one could throw a fastball past me, God could come down from Heaven and he couldn't throw it past me." Ted Williams was not only a great ball player, but a great American as well. The Kid left the Red Sox during the peak of his career in 1943 to serve his country in World War II. Williams didn’t seem to skip a beat as he returned to baseball three years later only to win the AL MVP award and play in his only World Series in Boston. Just one year later, Ted Williams made even more history as he won the first of his two Triple Crown Awards. To this date, Williams is still the only player to win the Triple Crown twice besides Rogers Hornsby in the 1920’s. Winning the Triple Crown two times was only one of the numerous feats Williams accomplished during his career that spanned the 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s. The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived won the AL batting title an unheard of six times and appeared in 19 All-Star Games during his 19-year career as a member of the Red Sox. Ted Williams retired from the game of baseball in 1960, finishing his career with 2,654 career hits, a .344 batting average, and two American League MVP Awards.
The renowned career of Ted Williams ended with an immediate Hall of Fame induction upon eligibility in 1966 and placed The Kid among the best players in Major League Baseball history. Williams’ iconic number 9 jersey was later retired by the Red Sox in 1984 and is never again to be worn by a Boston player because of its sacredness. During his illustrious baseball career, Ted Williams posted career hitting numbers that may never be seen again, truly living up to his nickname of The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived. As a respected figure in not only Boston, but among all sports fans around the world, do not miss the opportunity to add one of the greatest players in baseball history to your collection and preserve the career of an American hero with Ted Williams memorabilia.
Collecting Ted Williams Memorabilia
Ted Williams Baseballs
: Ted Williams, or Teddy Ballgame, has gone down in baseball history as one of the game’s most unstoppable hitters. An absolute destroyer of the baseball, the Hall of Famer managed to hit a spectacular .344 batting average during his career in Boston. During his storied 19-season career, Williams saw baseball as his enemy as he compiled 2,654 hits, but now fans can own a ball autographed by the legendary ball player himself. Our wide selection of authentic Ted Williams signed baseballs cannot be beat and provides the perfect centerpiece for any collection. With wide variety of Ted Williams autographed baseballs fans can preserve his legacy as a player and honor his many accolades. Several of the items also have rare inscriptions that pay homage to some of his greatest career moments, such as “.406” for his incredible hitting year in the 1941 season.
Ted Williams Jerseys
: Many baseball players have had the privilege of wearing the iconic red and white Boston Red Sox jerseys throughout history, but there is arguably none better than the legendary Ted Williams. Teddy Ballgame made a Red Sox jersey look good as he hit an astonishing .344 batting average throughout his 19 years in Boston. Take home a piece of baseball history with an authentic Ted Williams signed jersey. These autographed Ted Williams jerseys are some of the most rare and coveted pieces in all of sports memorabilia. All signed Ted Williams jerseys come with a full certificate of authenticity and feature a rare Ted Williams autograph on his retired #9 Red Sox uniform. Take advantage of the opportunity to own a jersey autographed by a Hall of Fame legend and player that is often referred to as the greatest hitter to ever live.
Ted Williams Photos
: Many of us were not fortunate enough to witness the marvelous 19 seasons that Ted Williams spent on the baseball field. Luckily for MLB fans and collectors, the amazing hitter’s career can be preserved forever with a Ted Williams signed photo. Each autographed Ted Williams photo features iconic images of the major league star’ tenure as a member of the Boston Red Sox. Our incredible selection of signed Ted Williams photos features captures shots of the perennial All-Star’s most remarkable achievements and posing with fellow Hall of Famers, like Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, and Babe Ruth. Celebrate the career of the Splendid Splinter by adding an incredibly valuable authentic Ted Williams autographed photo to your personal collection or gifting it to your favorite Red Sox fan.
Ted Williams Bats
: Ted Williams did not get the nickname “The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived” for nothing. The Red Sox legend was a bat swinging maestro, completing an amazing 2,654 career hits and six American League batting titles throughout his 19 seasons in a Boston uniform. You now have the rare opportunity to own one of the most coveted items in baseball history with a Ted Williams signed bat. Our selection of baseball bats signed by the great Teddy Ballgame each features a fully certified authentic Ted Williams autograph that will continue to acquire worth well into the future. A baseball bat signed by a player as legendary as Ted Williams is a worthwhile investment and is sure to be the headliner of all sports collections. Take home a piece of MLB history with a Ted Williams autographed bat to commemorate the greatest player ever to step up to the plate.