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 1Ted Williams - His Life and Career   
 2The Splendid Skipper   
 3How To Pitch To Ted Williams   
 5Ted Williams Bibliography (through 1984) National Baseball Library;  
 6Talkin' With Ted Ryan, Steve;  
 7As a Rookie Williams, Joe; 1939 
 8Baseball's Week of Stars: Veterans Play the Exhibitions, Rookies Pace the Red Sox  1939 
 9Royal Rookie Cunningham, Bill; 1939 
 10Prize Rookies of 1939 Daniel; 1939 
 11Freshman Review Lardner, John; 1939 
 12Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, Whose Specialty Is Driving in Runs  1939 
 13Joe DiMaggio, Player of the Year Daniel, Daniel M.; 1939 
 14Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, Whose Specialty is Driving in Runs  1939 
 15They Call Him a Screw Ball Bloodgood, Clifford; 1939 
 16Ted Williams Rookie of Year Daniel, Daniel M.; 1939 
 17  1940 
 18  1940 
 19As a Soph Williams, Joe; 1940 
 20'We'll Beat the Yanks' Cronin, Joe with George Kirksey; 1940 
 21Baseball's Bad Boy; Meet Boston's New Batting Idol, Delight and Despair of the Fans Mann, Arthur; 1940 
 22Ted Williams: Evangelical Swatter Wesson, Al; 1941 
 23The 1941 All-Star Game  1941 
 24"A Wonderful Pair of Eyes" Williams, Joe; 1941 
 25Star of Stars  1941 
 26Ted Williams of Red Sox Cools His Hot Temper But His Angry Bat Hits a New High in Tantrums  1941 
 27Kid From California Who Clouted Way to Top  1941 
 28Williams Hit Best in Sun in '41; Arc-Game Plate Mark Was .333 Sawyer, Ford; 1941 
 29Ted Started Swinging When He Was Toddler Keller, Earl; 1941 
 30Detroit Seeks Ted Williams Barton, George; 1941 
 31Theodore Samuel Williams: Baseball's Splendid Splinter Kaese, Harold; 1942 
 32Batter Number One Freeburg, Dwight; 1942 
 33They Went for 0 Harper, Walter N.; 1942 
 34Ted Williams Hoefer, W.R.; 1942 
 35Williams' Head Start Bryson, Bill; 1942 
 36Sports Aid Preparednewss - Play Ball - Keep Fit  1942 
 37Ted Williams, Player of Year, Stands Out in Wartime All-America Team Daniel, Daniel M.; 1942 
 38 Hoefer, W.R.; 1942 
 39"I Wanna Be An Immortal" Amory, Cleveland; 1942 
 40Sports Aid Preparedness  1942 
 41Spring Again  1942 
 42"I'm No Slacker" Cunningham, Bill; 1942 
 43Reiser Again Leads League Hitters; But Williams Has Closer Fight Trying To Defend Batting Crown  1942 
 44Batter Number One Freeburg, Dwight; 1942 
 45'I Want To Be Immortal' Amory, Cleveland; 1942 
 46Ted Williams: Evangelical Swatter Wesson, Al; 1942 
 47Pass Joe Cronin the Headache Pills - Williams Is Off Again McCarthy, Joe; 1942 
 48Baseball's Thirteen Best Batters Evans, Billy; 1942 
 49Baseball's Thirteen Best Batters; Famous Umpire Selects From Close-Up Observation Outstanding Peers of Swat in Forty Years of Big League History Evans, Billy; 1942 
 50Ted ("the Kid") Williams Is Hitter No.1; He's a Skinny, Boyish 23-Year-Old, Afire With Ambition To Break All Records Kirksey, George; 1942 
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