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Theodore Samuel Williams (August 30, 1918 – July 5, 2002) was an American professional baseball player and manager. He played his entire 19-year Major League Baseball (MLB) career, primarily as a left fielder, for the Boston Red Sox from 1939 to 1960; his career was interrupted by military service during World War II and the Korean War. Nicknamed "Teddy Ballgame", "the Kid", "the Splendid Splinter", and "The Thumper", Williams is regarded as one of the greatest hitters in baseball history and to date is the last player to hit over .400 in a season. More about Ted Williams
These are the most current items with a signature of Ted Williams that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1991 Ted Williams baseball heroes upper deck AUTO Signed Baseball Card||$499.00|
|1994 TED WILLIAMS ED MATHEWS Autographed Baseball Card BRAVES HOF (d.2001)||$22.00|
|1994 Ted Williams Football #2 TONY DORSETT SIgned AUTOGRAPH JSA Authentication||$39.99|
|2018 LEAF HISTORY OF BASEBALL - TED WILLIAMS #D 20 / 50 CUT SIGNATURE AUTO.||$700.00|
|HOF TED WILLIAMS SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 VINTAGE PHOTO RED SOX CAS AUTHENTIC||$179.95|
|Signed Joe DiMaggio & Ted Williams (8x10) Photo Framed w/ COA||$1200.00|
|Ted Williams 1954 Topps Project 2020 EFDOT Artist Auto Autograph Proof #74. SSP||$199.99|
|Ted Williams Boston Red Sox Autographed Bat with Full Name Inscription||$7499.99|
|Ted Williams Boston Red Sox Autographed Sport Magazine||$1499.99|
|Ted Williams JSA Coa Signed 8x10 Photo Autograph||$277.00|
|TED WILLIAMS/BILL TERRY SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO AUTOGRAPH RON LEWIS #D TRISTAR D1976||$314.99|
In total, we tracked 5243 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Ted Williams (2020 Topps Dynasty Ted Williams Dual Relic Cut Signature 1/1 Rare) was sold in December 2021 for $9000.00 while the cheapest item (1994 Ted Williams Football BOB LILLY On Card Autograph Dallas Cowboys HOFer) found a new owner for $0.99 in October 2022. The month with the most items sold (96) was December 2021 with an average selling price of $80.50 for an autographed item of Ted Williams. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2012 with $743.18 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $12.78 was April 2011. In average, an autographed item from Ted Williams is worth $111.00.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Ted Williams were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1991 Upper Deck Ted Williams HOF Red Sox Autograph Auto PSA/DNA Certified #/2500||$544.00|
|1992 Upper Deck Ted Williams Heroes Autograph Insert Card #ed 3/2500 - BGS 9||$1749.99|
|1993 Ted Williams #79 Al Oliver Autographed Auto Baseball Card - TCCCX||$5.50|
|1993 Ted Williams Co Dave Johnson Card #83 Autograph Signed Orioles||$6.49|
|1993 Upper Deck authentic Ted Williams autographed card. HOF. Red Sox.||$199.00|
|Leon Day Signed 1994 Ted Williams Card PSA DNA Autograph Hall of Fame auto||$85.00|
|SPECIAL SALE Ted Williams autograph 8x10 b&w photo w/coa||$34.99|
|Ted Williams #53 Sketch Card Limited 34/50 Edward Vela Signed||$2.99|
|Ted Williams Autographed 8x10 Photo with Certificate of Authenticity||$64.99|
|Tommy John Signed Autographed 1994 Ted Williams Card Dodgers Yankees||$9.99|
Carroll Hardy, Athlete With a Unique Distinction, Dies at 87 (08/12/20): He was a college star in three sports and a successful N.F.L. executive. But he was better known as the only man who ever pinch-hit for Ted Williams.
The time Ted Williams blew off Joe DiMaggio to talk to Paul Molitor (06/11/20): Why would Ted Williams do that? He wanted to talk to Paul Molitor about hitting because, well, Paul Molitor knew how to hit.
Dalkowski, 'fastest pitcher in history,' dies at 80 (04/24/20): Steve Dalkowski, a career minor leaguer whose legend includes the title as "the fastest pitcher in baseball history" via Ted Williams, died this week in Connecticut at 80.
Big Name Gamers, Ted Williams' Triple Crown Trophy Among Top Sellers in SCP Auct (12/2018): Ted Williams' original Triple Crown trophy, a high-grade Mantle rookie card and a slew of game jerseys from a slew of sports greats were the big sellers in SCP's final 2018 auction.
New Padre slugger undergoes surgery to receive Ted Williams' unfrozen lower half (12/2014): When the Padres snagged Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers, it was the biggest deal in the team's history.
'Golden Voice' Ted Williams Visits The QCA (11/2014): He's the man with the "Golden Voice". Ted Williams was discovered in Columbus, OH three years ago. He was homeless, but quickly rose to fame when people heard him speak.Now he's in the Quad Cities...
All Abuzz: Today Show highlights ‘Golden Voice’ Ted Williams’ fight for recovery (10/2014): Ted Williams, the Columbus homeless man who rocketed to fame with his golden voice, made a second appearance on Today this morning.
Bud Selig: Ted Williams Said I Have ‘Hardest Job In America’ (09/2014): BOSTON — It’s no surprise that Bud Selig has a few interesting stories after serving...
9 to Know: Red Sox Stats Pack #9 Ted Williams Edition (08/2014): Saturday is the anniversary of the birth of the greatest hitter in Red Sox history, and arguably one of the top five greatest hitters of all-time, Ted Williams.
John Glenn's service in Korea with Ted Williams: Nicolaus Mills (07/2014): John Glenn's 93rd birthday on July 18 wasn't the only milestone he marked this year. It's also been 60 years since the end of his military service in the Korean War, where Glenn flew Marine fighter jets with baseball great Ted Williams, Nicolaus Mills writes.
Tony Gwynn: A Kindred Spirit Of Ted Williams, A Favorite Of Anyone Who Loves Bas (06/2014): As a Red Sox fan who grew up wishing Tony Gwynn played here, I still envy San Diego for getting to have the real thing all those years. Like everyone who loves baseball, I mourn with them today.
Norman Rockwell's Painting of Ted Williams, Sox Returns to MFA (05/2014): Norman Rockwell's painting "The Rookie," which features several members of the 1957 Red Sox including Ted Williams, will be on public display at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts for five days only starting Tuesday.
Here's Bryce Harper hanging with Babe Ruth and Ted Williams (04/2014): Nationals outfielder traveled back in time for new MLB promo.
Best Ever: The Making Of "What Do You Think Of Ted Williams Now?" (03/2014): This piece originally appeared in the eighth issue of The Classical Magazine . It is reprinted here with permission. Read more...
Russ Lemmon: Author of acclaimed Ted Williams biography coming to Vero Beach Boo (02/2014): Interesting questions are sure to be directed at author Ben Bradlee Jr. ("The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams") during his appearance Monday at the Vero Beach Book Center.
1.30.14: Rethinking Death, Ethics of Wildlife Photography & Ted Williams (01/2014): Today on Word of Mouth we wrap up our series Rethink 2014 with, perhaps, the most difficult concept …death. Then we delve into a discussion about the...
Jim Shea: Even With A Beard, Ted Williams Would Not Have Fit With 2013 Red Sox (11/2013): Lacked the personality to be a personality There was, of course, no bigger story this past week than the Red Sox winning the World Series.
Lakeville polls returning to Ted Williams Camp (10/2013): LAKEVILLE — The voting booths and other equipment for town, state and federal elections have "graduated" from the George R. Austin Intermediate School and will be heading back to the Ted Williams Camp in April.
Timeless David Ortiz matches up with another Red Sox legend, Ted Williams (09/2013): BALTIMORE — David Ortiz stroked his 30th home run Friday night and now has seven 30-homer, 100-RBI seasons in his 17-year career, all in his 11 seasons with the Red Sox.
Ted Williams Reflects on Hitting .406, Offers Criticism of Modern Hitters on Thr (08/2013): Ted Williams went out on top of the game of baseball in 1941, hitting a home run in what would be the last at-bat of his career. The Kid finished his career with a .344 batting average, 1,798 runs, 521 homers, 2,019 walks and a slugging average of .364. Friday, Aug. 30 would have been […]
1 Stock's Incredible Run and an Investing Lesson From Ted Williams (07/2013): The best of Wednesday's tweets for finance sector investors.
Ted Williams (05/2013): Brick and stone mason was Vietnam War veteran
Ground broken on Ted Williams Parkway pedestrian bridge (04/2013): After more than a decade of planning, construction work is about to begin on a pedestrian bridge over Ted Williams Parkway in one Carmel Mountain Ranch neighborhood.
Boston Mayor Menino Stepping Down a la Ted Williams (03/2013): Another long-serving public official will be hanging up his hat: Boston’s longest-serving mayor, Tom Menino, won’t seek a sixth term as head of the Bay State’s capital city. Menino, 70, has served Boston as the mayor since 1993, when he ascended to the position after...
Ted Williams Tunnel, I-90W to close Wednesday (02/2013): BOSTON — State transportation officials are closing the Ted Williams Tunnel and Interstate-90 westbound late Tuesday night into early Thursday morning for maintenance.
Piniella to be inducted in Ted Williams Museum (01/2013): Tampa native Lou Piniella is one of six former major leaguers who will be inducted Feb. 2 into the Ted Williams Museum's Hitters Hall of Fame at Tropicana Field.
Rutgers astronomer and Hillsborough resident Ted Williams visits SALT in South A (12/2012): It was the late 1990s when Rutgers astronomer Ted Williams made his first visit to South Africa. Williams, a native Midwesterner, and resident of Hillsborough, felt right at home.
Careful, Tigers! Ted Williams was injured during World Series layoff in 1946 (10/2012): Like the 1946 Red Sox, the Tigers have a layoff of several days before the World Series.
Ted Williams excelled at more than just baseball (08/2012): It was an otherwise quiet Friday evening on a Fourth of July weekend 10 years ago last month.
Missy Franklin owns Centennial, next is Ted Williams-like run (07/2012): Lunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Benjamin Hochman recounts a barroom debate concerning Missy Franklin's accomplishments.
Ted Williams tops Joe DiMaggio in orders for new commemorative stamps (06/2012): The Splendid Splinter is finally getting the best of the Yankee Clipper when it comes to pre-orders of stamps from a new set featuring Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Willie Stargell and Larry Doby.
Ted Williams Stamps Available In July (05/2012): Fans of Ted Williams and the Boston Red Sox will have a new piece of memorabilia to add to their collection next month.
Ted Williams MVP plaque fetches nearly $300K US (04/2012): A 1949 MVP plaque owned by Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams has sold for nearly $300,000 US at the first major auction of his sports, military and personal memorabilia.
Ted Williams’s Memorabilia to Be Auctioned at Fenway (03/2012): The daughter of the Red Sox Hall of Famer Ted Williams is releasing a collection of his personal items for auction April 28 in Boston.
Ted Williams statue effort gains momentum (02/2012): SAN DIEGO -- An effort to put a statue to legendary baseball Hall-of-Famer and San Diego native Ted Williams on the Embarcadero may be gaining momentum.
Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig Among Baseball’s Most Overrated Hitter (01/2012): There is more than one way to skin Wins Over Replacement, and I think voters properly account for peak value when ranking batters.
Push For Ted Williams Statue Downtown (11/2011): Bill Swank, a local baseball historian, says it's time one of San Diego's most prolific baseball players to be honored with a statue downtown.
Do You Think You Can Pitch to Ted Williams? (10/2011): Since August, I have been sharing pictures from my trip to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Today, I figured I would post a display of Ted Williams‘ strike zone that is on display. Do you think you can pitch to him?
Johnny Damon has as many career hits as Ted Williams (07/2011): If you aren't reading Joe Posnanski already, then shame on you. Sentence-for-sentence, there isn't a better writer working in America. At the top of the list was this: Johnny Damon's 2,654 hits is equal to Ted William's career total.
Golden-voiced Ted Williams returns to rehab (05/2011): An Ohio homeless man with a smooth radio voice that made him an online sensation says he's going back into rehab for alcohol and drug dependency.
The Morning Fix: Up and down year for Hollywood. Farrelly Brothers ready to shoc (02/2011): After the coffee. Before figuring out how huge the backlash will be against Cameron Diaz for "Bad Teacher." The Skinny: I don't know about you but I'm pretty hyped out on Oscars. In other news, the Farrelly Brothers want to...
From Rags to Riches to Rehab: Lessons from the Ted Williams Story (01/2011): One Nashville real estate mogul feels a calling to help the homeless—golden-voiced or otherwise.