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Ted Williams & Bill Terry Dual-Signed Baseball - The Last Two .400 Hitters

Lot Number 625

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Since the beginning of baseball time, just seventeen major league players have turned in career batting marks of .340 or better, and two of these swing kings have signed the offered ball. These legendary hitters are Hall of Famers Ted Williams and Bill Terry, who are also the last MLB players to bat .400 for a season. This lofty feat was achieved just twenty-eight times, with Terry being next to last with a .401 average in 1930 and Williams being the last ever to hit the mark, with a .406 average in 1941. Grace your display shelf with a fantastic prize, by scoring this dual-signed ONL/Feeney ball (NM, moderate toning). Both Williams (d.2002) and Terry (d.1989) have provided solid ("8-9") strength signatures, which are ideally located on the ball's sweet spot. Auction LOA from JSA.  


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