Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera made history Wednesday, becoming the first baseball player since 1967 to win the triple crown, The New York Times reports.
Jeers to Dr. Phil McGraw for mining Ted Williams' rocky private life for ratings gold.
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"I want to help 'the Man with the Golden Voice,'" the daytime-TV Ph.D. (who weirdly sported matching black leather jackets with Williams) disingenuously declared before launching into what amounted to a three-day on-air intervention. But did he really help Williams — a man who was living on the street a few weeks ago — by sticking TV cameras in his face and encouraging family members he'd abandoned to confront him with his failures? McGraw piled on, calling Williams "a...
Ted Williams, the 53-year-old former homeless man with the golden voice, is heading to rehab after having a one-on-one with Dr. Phil, the psychologist said in a statement.
"If Ted is ever going to get better, he's got to be honest with himself and admit he's addicted to drugs and alcohol," the statement said.
Golden-voiced Internet sensation Ted Williams — who's been on a whirlwind of TV appearances — was held at a Los Angeles police station following an argument with his daughter, reports The Associated Press.
Ted Williams reunites with mother, accepts multiple job offers
A Los Angeles Police Department spokesman confirmed to TVGuide.com that police responded to ...
Ted Williams, the 53-year-old homeless man with a "voice of gold," has had an overwhelming week: After being plucked off the streets, he reunited with his mom after 10 years and has been fielding numerous job offers.
VIDEO: Homeless man's baritone lands dream job and house
"I wanted a nerve pill yesterday, to be honest with you," Williams said of his whirlwind week on Friday's Early Show.