Baseball legends Ted Williams and Stan Musial have signed this magazine. Ted Williams was considered one of the best hitters of all time and some would argue that if it wasn't for three years serving in World War II he could have gone down as the greatest player ever. He compiled a .344 lifetime average with 521 home runs and over 2000 RBIs and of course he was the last player to hit over .400 doing so in 1941 with a .406 average. Stan Musial played 22 seasons in the big leagues all with the St. Louis Cardinals. Originally a Class C pitcher Musial transformed into a dominating outfielder winning seven NL batting titles with his famous corkscrew stance. A 3-Time NL MVP Musial played in 24 All-Star Games and won 3 World Series Championships 1942 1944 and 1946. Musial was elected to Baseballs Hall of Fame in 1969 and is also a member of baseballs All-Century team.