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PEOPLE WILLIAMS
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July 22, 2002
U.S. Marine Sergeant McDonald (L) watches over Ted Williams' Major
League Baseball Hall of Fame plaque...
Boston, United States of America
MARINE WATCHES OVER HALL OF FAME PLAQUE OF BASEBALL LEGEND TED
WILLIAMS.
U.S. Marine Sergeant McDonald (L) watches over Ted Williams' Major
League Baseball Hall of Fame plaque as fans pay their respects during a
public memorial for the baseball legend at Fenway Park in Boston,
Massachusetts July 22, 2002. It is the first time that a player's
plaque has been taken out of the Hall of Fame for a public memorial.
Williams, the last man to hit .400 in the major leagues in a career
shortened by nearly five prime seasons spent in military service, was
for many people the best pure hitter to ever play the game. He passed
away on July 5, 2002. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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