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Feud with sportswriters helped Ted Williams hit harder

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Though his press was overwhelmingly positive, Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams would seize on a negative story or column to portray all writers as a contemptible lot bent on invading his privacy and stirring up public opinion against him. The newspapers became a bogeyman that Williams constructed to feed the fire of antagonism that was central to his ability to perform well.

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