Ted Williams' Frozen Head Used for Batting Practice, Claims New Book

By JJ Duncan on
Ted Williams was one of the greatest Major Leage Baseball players of all time. He had a career batting average of .344 with 521 homeruns, and when he died in 2002, his family followed his instructions to freeze him in "biostasis" in case he might be resurrected in the future. It means one of baseball's greatest hitters had his head removed and frozen just in case he could be brought back to life somehow. Yes, it's bizarre, but if you read the mutual pact he made with his siblings...Read Full Story