Ted Williams’s Hall of Fame induction speech

One of the many things mentioned in the Eighth Inning of Ken Burns’s documentary Baseball was the induction of Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966.  I was curious about his induction speech and decided to try and look it up.  His speech is surprisingly short (though I think most speeches were shorter back then than they are now), but it seems to fit what I know about Williams rather well.


One Comment on “Ted Williams’s Hall of Fame induction speech”

  1. .... says:

    Nice. thanks for posting. Good ‘ol Teddy Ballgame of the mfl.


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