TED WILLIAMS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: LARRY BIRD, BOBBY ORR - HFSID 289759
TED WILLIAMS, LARRY BIRD and BOBBY ORR Three of Boston's legendary sports heroes are shown sitting together holding up their jerseys. An exceptional 18½x12 photograph matted to 24x18. Photograph signed: "Bobby Orr #4", "Ted Williams/#9" and "Larry Bird #33".
Sale Price $1,190.00
TED WILLIAMS, LARRY BIRD and BOBBY ORR Three of Boston's legendary sports heroes are shown sitting together holding up their jerseys. An exceptional 18½x12 photograph matted to 24x18. Photograph signed: "Bobby Orr #4", "Ted Williams/#9" and "Larry Bird #33". Color, 18½x 12 matted to 24x18. The three Hall of Famers each represent the spirit of excellence in their sport and will forever be loved in the championship city of Boston and in the hearts and minds of any sports fan. Boston Bruins' Hall of Famer Bobby Orr won the Norris Trophy for Outstanding Defenseman eight times (1968-1975) and led the NHL in scoring twice and in assists five times. Orr, arguably the greatest defenseman to ever play the sport, led the "Big Bad Bruins" to two Stanley Cup championships (1970, 1972). The 6'1", 200-pound Bruin struck fear into the hearts of opposing players and coaches with his superior vision and uncanny knack for finding the puck in wide-open ice. In the 1966-67 season, Bobby Orr scored 13 goals and 41 total points, which earned him the Calder Trophy as the NHL's outstanding rookie. Beginning with the 1969-70 season, Orr posted point totals of 120, 139, 117, 101, 122, and 135 for the next six seasons. Larry Bird was NBA Rookie in 1980 and league's Most Valuable Player in 1984, 1985 and 1986 and playoff MVP in 1984 and 1986. In the 1987-1988 season, Bird was the first Boston Celtic ever to record a 40-20 game, with a 42-point, 20-rebound effort against Indiana. He averaged a career-high 29.9 points that year, falling just five points short of reaching 30 per game. After 897 games Bird retired with 21,791 points (24.3 points per game), along with 8,974 rebounds (10 per game.) and 5,695 assists (6.3 per game). During his career he shot .496 from the floor and .886 from the free-throw line, ranking fifth all-time in the latter category. Bird, who announced his retirement on August 18, 1992, was NBA Coach of the Year in 1998 (Indiana Pacers). Hall of Famer Ted Williams (1918-2002) was born Theodore Samuel William in San Diego, California. He played outfield for the Boston Red Sox from 1939-1960, taking off time to fight in World War II and Korea. Combining keen vision with quick wrists and a scientific approach to hitting, he was the last to hit over .400 (.406 in 1941), leading the American League in hitting six times. His lifetime batting average is .344 with 521 home runs. The Splendid Splinter's accomplishments include two Triple Crowns, two MVPs, six American League batting championships and 18 All-Star Game selections. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1966. Fine condition. Not matted in Gallery of History style. Previously authenticated by JSA.
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