Fans Don’t Think Ted Williams’ Most Famous Accomplishment Will Ever Be Matched


Fans Don't Think Ted Williams' Most Famous Accomplishment Will Ever Be Matched On the 50th anniversary of Ted Williams' final major league game, it's only fitting to revisit his most famous accomplishment in a long list of accolades over his Hall of Fame career.

Tuesday's Question of the Day asked fans if they thought anyone would ever hit .406 again. Two of every three voters said that the Splendid Splinter's 1941 average of .406 will never be duplicated again.

Check out the video below from Red Sox Final to get Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley's thoughts about whether or not someone will every accomplish the feat again.

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