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UDA Ted Williams Single-Signed, Inscribed Ball “.406”
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Hitting .400 has been the dream of many of the game’s greatest hitters. Names such as Tony Gwynn, Wade Boggs, George Brett and Ichiro have threatened the mark but, inevitably, they’ve all fallen short. The last man to hit .400, and stay there when the last pitch of the regular season was thrown, was Ted Williams, accomplishing the feat in 1941. This Upper Deck Authenticated NM OAL (Brown) ball cites Williams’ defining season when he hit .406 in only his third year in the league. The signature rates an "8-9" and is executed on the sweet spot, along with the notation ".406", in blue ballpoint. The ball is numbered 178/1941 and holds the UDA hologram on a side panel.
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Ball George Brett,Ted Williams,Tony Gwynn,Wade Boggs
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