I came across a copy of this book, but I can't remember where I saw it. I love digging tunnels through used book stores, but we don't have any good ones around the Fort Hood area. I have to go down closer to Austin to find one, and I used to live around so many in the Twin Cities. Anyway, I think it must have been while looking for specific books on either ebay or amazon. I did pitch both your books (the 1944 Browns book we talked about a couple years ago, and this Ted Williams book) in a thread in the history forum.
Just thought I'd let you know in case you suddenly get some messages asking questions or anything. I told the guys up there that you would come around in this forum.
"Roger told me that he wanted to prove to the Yankees that he could play on another winner. He had a great Series." -- Hal Woodeshick, Cardinals reliever on the 1967 World Series champion squad, talking about right fielder Roger Maris. Maris hit .385/.433/.583 (10 for 26, 1 double, 1 HR) in the '67 Series, and set a Cardinals franchise record for 7 RBI in a World Series.