History Jokes: Ted Williams - baseball player for the Boston Red Sox


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Ted Williams - baseball player for the Boston Red Sox 
Wednesday, May 20, 2009, 07:41 PM - American history in jokes,anecdotes and funny facts, Humorous Stories about Sports and Games
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Ted Williams had a reputation for having a disagreeable personality. Once when he was checking into a hotel under the false name of "G.C. Luther" the clerk asked him if he was really Ted Williams. Williams denied it and they went on to have a pleasant conversation about fishing. The clerk finally remarked, "I thought you really were Ted. But I can see you're not. You've got a much nicer disposition."

Ted Williams was an avid fisherman and was very knowledgable on the subject. He once told a Boston sportswriter that there was noone who knew more about fishing than he did. The writer replied, "Sure there is. God, who made the fish." "Yeah, all right," conceded Williams. "But you had to go pretty far back."
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