Ted Williams

Ted Williams

After Ted Williams homered in the last at-bat of his career in 1960, the crowd, other players, and even the umpires begged him to step out of the dugout and acknowledge the ovation. “But he refused,” John Updike wrote. “Gods do not answer letters.” (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY, COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.)

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