Leave it to baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams to create the best infographic ever

Colorful Cooperstown relic shows how high Red Sox outfielder would have hit pitches located across his strike zone

We're inundated daily with infographics from companies attempting to wow us with their capabilities, warn us of impending IT security doom and blow us away with the growth of markets such as mobile and social media.

But this simple "infographic" courtesy of all-time baseball great Ted Williams, displayed at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., might be the best I've ever seen. The creation, from Williams himself, shows what he thinks his batting average would have been on pitches thrown to certain parts of his strike zone. Don't throw it down the middle of the plate...

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