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TED WILLIAMS
August 30, 1918 - July 5, 2002
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A Tribute to Ted Williams: Sights & sounds

 AUDIO  
July 22: Tribute at Fenway Park
Full tribute: English | Spanish
Roundtable session with Johnny Pesky, Dom DiMaggio and Kurt Gowdy
Dick Flavin recites "Teddy at the Bat"
Fans at Fenway remember Williams
Curt Gowdy closes the tribute
Remembering Williams: Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy | Ken Burns
Earl Wilson | John Glenn | Peter Gammons | Former Yankee 2B Jerry Coleman
Yaz and Ned Martin | Nomar and Ken Coleman | John Henry and Tom Werner

July 5
Moment of silence for Williams at Fenway Park
Mark Fidrych comments on Williams
Vin Scully remembers Williams
Former Red Sox Johnny Pesky and Mike Andrews talk about Williams on WEEI
Pesky's press conference on the passing of Williams
Nomar Garciaparra's press conference

Hall of Fame
Williams' Hall of Fame induction speech
Buck O'Neil's comments on that HOF speech
HOF writer Hal Lebovitz shares his fondest Williams memory

 VIDEO  
July 22: Tribute at Fenway Park
Full tribute: 56k | 300k
Dick Flavin recites "Teddy at the Bat": 56k | 300k

July 5
Fans at Fenway remember Williams: 56k | 300k
George Will on Williams: 56k | 300k
Bobby Richardson on Williams: 56k | 300k
Nomar Garciaparra and Bob Feller on Williams : 56k | 300k
Carl Ripken, Mark McGwire & Tony Gwynn talk about Williams: 56k | 300k

More on Williams
Williams' final plate appearance: 56k | 300k
Williams on his .406 batting average: 56k | 300k
Williams' inclusion on the All-Century Team: 56k | 300k

 PHOTO GALLERIES  
Photo Gallery July 22: Tribute at Fenway Park
As a player | As a man | Boston mourns | Fenway tribute

Ted Williams
Ted Williams:
1918-2002


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MORE COVERAGE:
Baseball mourns Williams' passing
Garciaparra will miss Williams
Red Sox owners saddened
Williams esteemed by players
Robinson recalls Williams fondly
A Tiger legend remembers Williams
Q & A with Ted Williams
Boston will mourn for awhile
A special bond between hitters
Williams got his start in San Diego
A tough man, a tough town
Greatest hitter ever? He's up there with Ruth
As good a Marine as he was a ballplayer
The science of hitting at The Ted Williams Museum
A perfect swing from an imperfect man
The greatest hitter who ever lived
Ted Williams Timeline
Multimedia archive