10 Toughest Baseball Players of All Time

Ted Williams

Ted Williams

Ted Williams may be the best baseball player that ever lived. However, what made him so admirable, so crazily talented, and so tough (aside from his career .344 batting average and .432 on base percentage) was that he left baseball in 1943 to go fight in WWII only to come back in 1946 and win his first ever MVP. Williams also famously hit .406 during 1941 – the last time an MLB player ever hit over .400 for a season.

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Chris is a graduate of Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, where he majored in English and FIlm. He has been writing for TVOvermind and Uncoached for two years and has written about numerous different television shows and pop culture topics. Contact him through Twitter (@ckinger13)
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