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Another successful commercial campaign followed Kraft Foods' decision to hire a homeless American man called Ted Williams as the voice of their products, after Williams had given an eccentric online interview to a local news site in Ohio that quickly went viral.
At the all star game, they're going to name the all star MVP award after Ted Williams, which is a nice gesture, that starts tomorrow evening.
An AOL spokesperson said "Ted Williams" was one of the top five search terms on the site over the past two days, and according to
NY Daily News 2011
“I’ve always fancied being called Ted Williams by a whole stadium of fans, but I guess I could settle for one skinny girl calling meN’mahom.”
Second Glance Jodi Picoult 2003
He is not a surly egotist such as Ted Williams or Ty Cobb.
The Seattle Times 2010
Red Sox greats such as Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Jim Rice and Manny Ramirez.
Jeers to Dr. Phil McGraw for mining Ted Williams' rocky private life for ratings gold.
"Dr. Phil" says Ted Williams, the golden-voiced Ohio homeless man, is going into rehab to deal with alcohol and drug dependency.
What allowed Ted Williams to stop being the Invisible Man?
Do you think Dr. Phil exploited Ted Williams for ratings?