BOSTON, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams is still packing'em in -- at least sculptures of his head are at a New York gallery.
Hundreds of people, including Red Sox fans, have visited sculptures of his decapitated head since the exhibit debut two days ago at the First Street Gallery, the Boston Herald said.
Williams' real head remains in a steel can filled with liquid nitrogen at an Arizona cryonics lab, where his remains were sent and frozen after his death in 2002.
Two of the slugger's children had his body frozen hoping to resurrect him in the future.
The story inspired Daniel Edwards, a Connecticut sculptor, to make three plaster of Paris "death masks" of Williams' head.
Edwards, 40, said he wanted to create "a decent portrait of him as he might look dead or sleeping."