Our latest film, from Josh Koury and Myles Kane, tells the bizarre tale of the efforts to preserve Ted Williams after the great hitter’s death.
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INDIANAPOLIS – Some people see the number 32 when they look at Tramon Williams. His agent sees a different number: 140. Yes, the Green Bay Packers cornerback will turn 32 on March 16, and that's antediluvian to general manager Ted Thompson,...Show More Summary
No longer a splinter, Ted Williams is just as splendid -- and brash -- as ever when he turns his skill against another worthy opponent, the leaping tarpon of the Florida Keys. In honor of Sports Illustrated's 60th anniversary, SI.com is republishing, in full, 60 of the best stories ever to appear in the magazine. Show More Summary
This profile of the splendid splinter by Richard Ben Cramer was originally published in the June 1986 issue of Esquire. Few men try for best ever, and Ted Williams is one of those. There's a story about him I think of now. This is not about baseball but fishing. Show More Summary
Ted Williams III, Chicago's 9th ward aldermanic candidate found the time to talk with Chocolatecity.cc.
1. MIE: vintage Ted Williams condoms. 2. The Lives of Ronald Pinn. 3. What did people ask the public library before Google came along? 4. Video of Chetty’s AEA lecture on behavioral economics and public policy. 5. A movie critic responds to the two economists who panned him.
They're a "home run." Except for the Jack Dempsey condoms, which are a "knock out." Have a couple hundred extra dollars in your pocket? Sure, we all do. As such, I would like to draw your attention to these boxes of ancient condoms with...Show More Summary
USC's Leonard Williams is one of six finalists for the Ted Hendricks award, presented annually to college football's top defensive end.
Who: Anna Bass, Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes, Fred Armisen, Jessica Delfino, Regina Spektor, Jack Dishel, Greg Barris, Janeane Garofalo, Elna Baker, Jessica Williams, Ted Leo, Jena Friedman, Mike Hoaglin Where: Irving Plaza, 17 Irving...Show More Summary
In a long-lost 2005 phone conversation transcript recently recovered somewhere deep in the Sudan, Montecore, the infamous Bengal tiger who attacked illusionist/owner Roy Horn in 2003, chats with Red Sox icon Ted Williams, well, his severed head that is. Show More Summary
[Ted] Williams used a postal scale in the clubhouse to make sure humidity had not increased the weight of his bats. An official of the Louisville Slugger company once challenged Williams to pick the one bat among six that weighed half an ounce more than the other five. Show More Summary
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING the tragic end to Ted Bishop's PGA of America presidency and the aftermath, Tuesday's extended Golf Channel Morning Drive interview conducted by host Gary Williams might be of interest. Had we heard these comments from Bishop four days ago, I expect things would have turned out differently for the former president. Show More Summary
Ted Williams, the Ohio homeless man with the golden voice who was panhandling on a street corner three years ago when a Columbus Dispatch videographer took video of him that quickly went viral, hasn't had the easiest road since his newfound fame.
Back to the essence… Ted Williams Says He’s Broke After Spending $375,000 Book Advance Via ColumbusDispatch For Ted Williams, the homeless man with the golden voice, every outing turns into a public-relations event. On a recent visit to a
"I'm going to forget about the fact that I should be a millionaire now," Ted Williams told the Columbus Dispatch this week. Read more...
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When Derek Jeter hit a walk-off single in his final home at-bat, some said his finish was like Ted Williams' or Babe Ruth's. That couldn't be further from the truth. Ruth struggled on, petered out, and was abandoned. During Derek Jeter's...Show More Summary
There was no fairy-tale ending like Ted Williams' last at-bat at Fenway Park, and no choreographed coronation like Derek Jeter's final season with the Yankees.
Williams, a Red Sox legend, launched a home run in his final trek to the Fenway plate in 1960, but his relationship with the home fans was not as cordial as Jeter’s.