02:25 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 11/11/2012 12:00PM
Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez may make headlines with their love lives, but going back to the beginnings of the game, which swingers really scored highest when it came to being Baseball's Hottest Players?
Taking their full measure, literally, Kentucky's Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory has offered up the fall exhibit "Baseball Hotties: Studs We Love," celebrating the boys of summer who make fans swoon – and featuring some of the greatest eye candy ever to grace the diamond.
Originally posted 01/27/2011 08:55AM
Julia Williams says she's broken-hearted but not surprised that her newly famous son, Ted Williams, the man with the golden voice, has left rehab in Texas after barely two weeks.
"I'm very sorry that he left, and I'm very upset," Williams, 90, tells PEOPLE. "Certainly I want him to go back. He needs help."
Julia says she heard from family that Ted went to California, perhaps to Hollywood, to record children's books. She says she's optimistic he'll keep busy and not return to a life on the streets, but doesn't think he can stay sober without professional help.
Originally posted 01/25/2011 07:50AM
The Ted Williams story has taken yet another turn – a troubling one.
The homeless man with the golden voice, discovered on the streets of Columbus, Ohio, earlier this month, has left a rehab facility in Texas against the advice of his doctors, according to a report on TMZ.com.
Williams, 53, had checked into the Origins Recovery Center less than two weeks ago for drug and alcohol problems after a heart to heart with Dr. Phil McGraw.
Originally posted 01/12/2011 04:05PM
The happy ending may have to wait.
Ted Williams, the golden-voiced homeless man discovered last week, became an overnight sensation and scored a job offer to get him off the streets.
But following a police-involved confrontation with his recently reunited daughter on Monday night in Los Angeles, Williams may be headed for rehab.
Originally posted 01/06/2011 06:55PM
The voice may be velvety, but the past is checkered.
According to The Smoking Gun, homeless-man-turned-Internet-sensation Ted Williams, 53, has a rap sheet that includes theft, robbery, escape, forgery and drug possession. The Brooklyn native has at least six mug shots.
As recently as July, a local businessman called the police on Williams and a female friend who refused to leave the premises, alleging Williams had become an "ongoing problem."
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