Ted Williams, the 1946 World Series, and Enos Slaughter

Here’s Enos sliding home with the winning run in game 7 of the World Series:

Ted and Red Sox pitcher Mickey Harris sitting dejected in the Red Sox clubhouse after the game:

A Boston Globe cartoon of Harry “the Cat” Breechen, Enos Slaughter, and some fine St. Louis Cardinals’ defense that helped defeat the Red Sox:

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  1. Poor Teddy Ballgame, he really did deserve to win at least one championship.
    Interesting material you continue to unearth.
    Cheers, Bill

  2. Harry “The Cat” Brecheen
    Harvey Haddix, who pitched the single greatest game ever, was named “The Kitten” because he looked like “The Cat”


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