Ted Williams – 1956 Last All-Star Game Home Run

Ted Williams – 1956 Last All-Star Game Home Run


Details About This Item:

• Total frame measures 16.5 x 24 – Inside dimensions are 14.5 x 22
• The 2 strips of Ted Williams are 4.25 x 10
• The wood frame is 1.25 wide in a black satin finish
• It has a cloud white matte
• It is covered in plexiglass

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This decorative sports wall decor features Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox hitting what would be his last All-Star Game home run on July 10, 1956 at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC.

It is done in a “Modern-Vintage” style and shows a great moment in baseball sports history.  It definitely would stand out displayed in your sports room or office.  It also would make a nice gift to give to that special Ted Williams and Boston Red Sox fan.

The Career of Ted Williams

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.