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.
H is for Hornsby
When pitching to Rog
The pitcher would pitch,
Then the pitcher would dodge.
-- Ogden Nash in his "Line-up for Yesterday: An ABC of Baseball Immortals"