A member of the MLB All-Time and All-Century Teams, Ted Williams defined an era of hitting, batting .344 over his career with 521 home runs. The 19-time All-Star earned two MVPs and had two Triple Crowns. He is the only member of the Baseball Hall of Fame to serve during two war eras, first training as a reservist aviator in the Navy during World War II. He later was commissioned in the Marines and served in Korea reaching the rank of Captain. Born and raised in San Diego, Calf., Williams was named the 1960 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year.