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Whoever told you this lied to you. Ted Williams retired at the end of the 1960 season. Assuming that the pitcher in 1960 was 16 (meaning born in 1944), he would have been 62 years old pitching in the MLB in 2006. That never happened. Unless there was a MLB pitcher that pithed to Ted Williams in a celebrity game or something like that... but never happened when they were all in the MLB

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Q: In 2006 there was an active Major League Baseball player who faced a pitcher who also pitched to Ted Williams. Who was the player in 2006 and who was the pitcher to face both guys?
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