Ted Williams Museum

The Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame is located at Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays, in St. Petersburg, Florida. The museum is located just past the rotunda on the right-hand side.

Fans can view an array of different artifacts and pictures of the “Greatest hitter that ever lived.” These memorable displays range from Ted Williams’ days in the military through his professional playing career. This museum is dedicated to some of the greatest players to ever play, including Willie Mays, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, and Sadaharu Oh.

Tampa Baseball Museum & Hitters Hall of Fame

Exhibits at the Ted Williams Museum

Beyond featuring Ted himself, exhibits at the Ted Williams Museum include the Negro Leagues, All-American Girls Baseball League, Triple Crown Exhibit (featuring Mickey Mantle, Miguel Cabrera, and Williams), Cy Young Exhibit, inductees, and the Rays’ run to the 2012 playoffs.

Ted Williams Museum Exhibit in Tampa
There Goes the Greatest Hitter that Ever Lived
Triple Crown Winners: Mickey Mantle, Miguel Cabrera, and Ted Williams

Inside the Ted Williams Museum & Hitters Hall of Fame

Johnny Kane from Fox Sports Detroit visits the Ted Williams Museum & Hitters Hall of Fame in Tropicana Field, where former Tigers speedster Ron LeFlore also happened to be.

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