BOSTON - AUGUST 22, 1958:  (FILE PHOTO) Baseball legend Ted Williams (1919 - 2002) of the Boston Red Sox holds a baseball bat at Shriner's Day in Fenway Park August 22, 1958 in Boston, Massachusetts. The 83-year-old Williams, who was the last major league player to bat .400 when he hit .406 in 1941, died July 5, 2002 at Citrus County Memorial Hospital in Florida. He died of an apparent heart attack.  (Photo by Getty Images)

BOSTON – AUGUST 22, 1958: (FILE PHOTO) Baseball legend Ted Williams (1919 – 2002) of the Boston Red Sox holds a baseball bat at Shriner’s Day in Fenway Park August 22, 1958 in Boston, Massachusetts. The 83-year-old Williams, who was the last major league player to bat .400 when he hit .406 in 1941, died July 5, 2002 at Citrus County Memorial Hospital in Florida. He died of an apparent heart attack. (Photo by Getty Images)