Ted Williams: A Biography by Bruce MarkusenTed Williams: A Biography by Bruce Markusen

Ted Williams: A Biography

byBruce Markusen

Hardcover | August 31, 2004

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The last player to hit .400 in the Major Leagues, Ted Williams approached hitting as both an art and a science. Through his discipline, drive, and extraordinarily keen eyesight, "The Splendid Splinter" became the best hitter in baseball. From his early days as a cocksure rookie for the Boston Red Sox, through his two Triple Crown seasons, six batting titles, his service in two wars, and his tenure as a Major League manager, Ted Williams forged an indelible image in the minds of baseball fans. Yet Williams's public resentment toward fans and, especially, the media, made him few friends. Bruce Markusen presents the brilliant and often embittered career of the man whose mission was to become the greatest hitter of all time. A timeline, bibliography, and narrative chapter on the making of Williams' legend enhance this biography. It has been said that hitting is the hardest thing to do in professional sports. Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters series presents biographies on Greenwood's selection for the twelve best hitters in Major League history, written by some of today's best baseball authors. These books present straight forward stories in accessible language for the high school researcher and the general reader alike.
Title:Ted Williams: A BiographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 9.56 × 6.28 × 0.75 inPublished:August 31, 2004Publisher:Greenwood PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0313328676

ISBN - 13:9780313328671

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?[A] top pick for high school to college-level collections....[s]ure to be a lasting reference of the top baseball hitter.??MBR Internet Bookwatch/The Bookwatch