Ted Williams – 1956 Last All-Star Game Home Run

Ted Williams – 1956 Last All-Star Game Home Run


The overall size of the frame is 16.5 x 24 with inside dimensions of 14.5 x 22
The images show Williams swinging then touching home plate after hitting the home run
The frame is solid wood in a black satin finish and the matte is manor white




This vintage sports wall piece features Ted Williams hitting what would be his last All-Star Game home run on July 10, 1956 at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC.

Many consider Ted Williams as the greatest hitter of all time. He played from 1939-1942 and 1946-1960 for the Boston Red Sox and appeared in 17 All-Star Games. He was the last ballplayer to hit .400 in a season (1941). He is a member of the All-Century Team and Baseball Hall Hall of Fame.