Boston Red Sox: The strange and seemingly sad life of John-Henry Williams, son of the legendary Ted Williams -- has come to an end. Joe Humphrey of the Tampa Tribune reports that leukemia took him at the age of 35 yesterday. Williams the younger was fairly unknown until after the age of 30 when he decided to attempt a professional baseball career, an experiment that showed it was too little too late. He then turned the death of a man who prided himself on dignity into a three-ring circus by having him frozen at a cryogenics lab. This was not in accordance with his father's wishes, his half-sister continues to insist. Williams the younger will also be so preserved until such time as science conjures a method to revive the dead and cure them of that which ailed them.
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