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For my compare and contrast paper I am going to compare and contrast two of the best baseball players of all time One of them is The Great Bambino other wise known as Babe Ruth and the other is the great Ted Williams Both were great players who were alike in many ways but were also different which I will tell you about I believe that these two players are the best to ever play the game of baseball So lets get started When you think of Babe Ruth or Ted Williams most people think of homeruns Which is very true for both players These two are the best batters of all time Although both were very good power hitters they were also great contact hitters They both would hit singles and doubles and triples all the time They both have one of the highest on base percentages still to today They both played for Boston although the Babe only played there for one year When I say that these guys are good hitters I mean it Babe Ruth had 182 hits and Ted Williams had 183 hits which in my opinion is really good for back in the day With all of those hits they each had a very good slugging percentage 508 and 505 These players were so feared by other teams that they had 140 walks apiece These guys were not always alike They were different in many ways as well Ted Williams was a great outfielder and Babe Ruth was a great pitcher Eventually the Babe was moved to the outfield because he was such a good hitter they wanted to keep him in the line up The Babe played his entire career with the New York Yankees except for one year in which he played for Boston Williams played his entire career in Boston Williams also fought in World War II so he missed some of his peak playing years
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