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Babe Ruth Autographed Sports Memorabilia

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Babe Ruth 1928 W502 Baseball Card Regular Babe Ruth Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$3,999.99
Yankees Yogi Berra & Babe Ruth G/U Seat Back & Signed Photo 22x28 Yankees Yogi Berra & Babe Ruth Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$899.99
Babe Ruth 1952 Topps Look'N See Card Babe Ruth Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
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Babe Ruth 1933 Sport Kings Card PSA Slabbed Babe Ruth Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$3,149.95
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Ted Williams

Ted Williams is considered the greatest natural hitter of all time. The Boston Red Sox leftfielder belted 521 homers, batted .344 and had 1,839 RBI. He won two Triple Crowns. His .483 on-base percentage is baseball's best, with Babe Ruth second at .474. In slugging percentage, Williams' .634 trails only Ruth's .690. Williams' .406 average in 1941 is one of sport's magic numbers. No player has topped .400 since. As good as Williams was, people will always wonder what might have been. What if injuries had not cost him almost two full seasons? What if five of his prime years had not been spent in the Navy in World War II (1943-45) and flying combat missions for the Marines in the Korean War (most of the 1952 and 1953 seasons)? Above you can see many great autographed Ted Williams Photographs, such as original Dennis Brearly photos, his 1st and last career homerun photos, his famous 1941 All Star walk off winning homerun and the photo of the only time him and Babe Ruth were on field in uniform together. One of the most amazing photos ever taken of Williams was the first color photo ever taken of him in his rookie season of 1939. The photo was taken by Arthur Griffen and comes with a seal from Griffen. The photo was used on the cover of Sports Illustrated when he died.