BOSTON RED SOX LISTEN AS TAPS ARE PLAYED FOR TED WILLIAMS AT FENWAY PARK
Original caption: Former Boston Red Sox star Johnny Pesky (L) joins Red Sox Manager Grady Little (2nd L), All-Star shortstop Nomar Garciaparra (2nd R) and coach Merv Rettenmund, as they stand along the first base line at Fenway Park during the palying of "Taps", at Fenway Park in Boston, July 5, 2002. The tribute was for legendary baseball star Ted Williams, one of the greatest American hitters of all time and the last to hit .400 for a season, who died Friday at age 83 after being rushed to hospital with breathing problems, emergency and hospital officials said. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
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