Ted Williams Comes To Washington DC Collection (7) 
Lot Number 350
Quantity: Bid Started: 02/21/2007 10:00:00 
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In 1969, Ted Williams came to the nation’s capital to try and save the failing franchise. Teddy Ballgame was welcomed with open arms but not even his expansive knowledge of hitting could keep the Senators from once again moving out of Washington DC two years later. Here are seven items directly related to Williams and his time at the helm of the Senators. First and foremost is an autographed copy of Williams’ autography, ”My Turn at Bat, the Story of My Life” that has been signed and personalized on the title page. The remaining items include a 1969 Senators schedule (MT) with Williams on the front, a 1969 Williams signs as manager marker (EX) and (4) 1969 newspapers with extensive coverage on Williams including a full-page Sears advertisement with Williams. 
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