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Ted Williams

Absolutely, Ted Williams is one of the greatest hitters to ever play the game of baseball. He established himself as one of the game’s best very early in his career before three years off to serve in World War II, and his career wasn’t derailed at all. After he got back from serving in World War II, Williams was named to 16 All-Star games and finished his career hitting .344/.483/.634. His career .483 on-base percentage is still a Major League record and nobody has come close to his .406 batting average in the 1941 season. His career .344 average is the highest of any hitter with more than 302 home runs. He had 2,654 hits, 535 doubles, 521 home runs and 1,839 RBIs in his career. Overall, Williams was a 19-time All-Star, two-time American League MVP, two-time triple crown winner, six-time AL Batting Champion, four-time AL home run leader and four-time AL RBI leader.

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