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  1. Ballplayers, Hank Aaron to Jim Lyttle: Baseball's Ultimate Biographical Reference (Ballplayers) by Mike Shatzkin, 1980
  2. Baseball Legends Series-7 Volumes: Hank Aaron; Ty Cobb; Joe Dimaggio; Willie Mays; Stan Musial; Jackie Robinson; Ted Williams by Various, 1993
  3. A replica 1957 Milwaukee Braves jersey with Hank Aaron's 44 on both by BASEBALL, 1957
  4. Hank Aaron (Sports Heroes and Legends) by Serena Kappes, 2005-09
  5. Hank Aaron: Brave in Every Way by Peter Golenbock, 2005-03-01
  6. Home Run: My Life in Pictures by Hank Aaron, Dick Schaap, 1999-03
  7. Swinging for the Fences: Hank Aaron and Me by Mike Leonetti, 2008-02-20
  8. I Had a Hammer: The Hank Aaron Story by Hank Aaron, 2007-06-01
  9. Hank Aaron: Home Run King (First Book) by Jacob Margolies, 1992-04
  10. Hank Aaron: One for the Record - The inside story of baseball's greatest home run by George Plimpton, 1974
  11. Hammering Hank: How the Media Made Henry Aaron by Mark Stewart, Mike Kennedy, 2006-04-01
  12. Hank Aaron and the Home Run That Changed America by Tom Stanton, 2005-04-01
  13. Hank Aaron--exhibited amazing grace in his HR pursuit.(Baseball Notes)(home run): An article from: Baseball Digest by Tracy Ringolsby, 2007-08-01
  14. Satch Davidson: the game I'll never forget: former major league umpire was behind the plate for Hank Aaron's 715th career home run and Game 6 of the 1975 ... Series.: An article from: Baseball Digest by Al Doyle, 2005-10-01

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22. Aaron, Hank - Negro League Baseball Player
as the player who broke Babe Ruth s career home run record, hank aaron was more than aaronenjoyed a twenty threeyear Major League baseball career during
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HANK AARON They called him the Hammer. Hank Aaron is the greatest home run hitter in Major League history, one of the most complete players of his era, and among the greatest of all time. Although best known as the player who broke Babe Ruth's career home run record, Hank Aaron was more than just a slugger: he was a real American hero who broke down racial barriers to pursue his dream. Originally playing for the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro American League, Aaron was the last player from the Negro Leagues to reach the Majors. Playing in the desegregated major leagues in 1954 at age 20 with the Milwaukee Braves, Aaron was an immediate impact player, hitting .280 his rookie season and .314 as a sophomore. He won the batting title with a .328 average in 1956 and was named National League MVP in 1957, leading the league in home runs and runs batted in (RBIs.). Aaron enjoyed a twenty three-year Major League Baseball career during which he rewrote the game's hitting record book. He holds more Major League batting records than any other player in history, including most home runs (lifetime 755) and most RBIs (lifetime 2,297). He became the first big leaguer to total 3,000 hits and 500 home runs. Aaron was elected the Hall of Fame in 1982.
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23. The My Hero Project - Hank Aaron
hank aaron is Major League baseball s alltime leading career home run hitterwith 755 over a 23-year career. hank aaron is a baseball legend.

24. The My Hero Project - Hank Aaronh_aaron
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25. Hank Aaron (1934- )
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Guide picks Hammerin' Hank Aaron spent 23 seasons playing major league baseball and managed to beat Babe Ruth's home run record. Learn all about the man often considered one of the best baseball players in history.
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This page includes Commissioner Bowie Kunh's introduction of Aaron along with Aaron's thank you speech. Hank Aaron: Hammerin' Back at Racism
ESPN provides a great biographical article about Aaron's life and times as a black baseball player.

26. Sports: Baseball: Major_League: Players: A: Aaron,_Hank - Open Site
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27. MSN Encarta - Search Results - Aaron Hank
aaron, hank (1934 ), American baseball player, nicknamed Hammerin’ hank, whose755 home runs broke the all-time record previously held by Babe Ruth .
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28. CNN/SI - Baseball - Hank Aaron
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29. CNN/SI - MLB Baseball - Baseball Begins Year-long Tribute To Hank Aaron - Monday
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Click here for more on this story Posted: Thursday April 08, 1999 10:35 PM AP ATLANTA (CNN/SI) It's taken 25 years, but it appears as though Hank Aaron is finally getting his due. On the 25th anniversary of his hitting career home run No. 715 and breaking the all-time record, Aaron was saluted by the Atlanta Braves before Thursday's game with the Phillies. This ceremony was the beginning of season-long celebration of The Hammer that will have the home run king being honored at ballparks across the country. Commissioner Bud Selig, NL president Len Coleman and Al Downing, who surrendered the historic homer, were among the many on hand to honor Aaron during the 45-minute ceremony. "You know 25 years ago ... when I hit that home run to beat the Babe's record, it was truly one of the most remarkable evenings that I have ever had in baseball," Aaron said following a two-minute standing ovation from the big crowd at 50,000-seat Turner Field.

30. Hank Aaron
Henry hank aaron was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He wasthe 1957 Most Valuable Player. hank aaron is a hero in all areas of baseball.
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Henry 'Hank' Aaron was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He was the 1957 Most Valuable Player. At the end of his playing career, 1982, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. But his greatest feat was breaking Babe Ruth's home run record, hitting a massive 755+ home runs. Hank Aaron is a hero in all areas of baseball. This web page created by me. Click on the arrow to return to the table of contents.

31. Aaron, Hank
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byname of HENRY LOUIS AARON (b. Feb. 5, 1934, Mobile, Ala., U.S.), American professional baseball player who, during 23 seasons in the major leagues (1954-76), surpassed batting records set by some of the greatest hitters in the game, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial. Aaron, a righthander six feet tall and weighing 180 pounds, began his professional career in 1952, playing a few months as a shortstop with the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro American League . His contract was bought by the Boston Braves of the National League, who assigned him to minor-league teams, first at Eau Claire, Wis., then at Jacksonville, Fla. He joined the Braves, who meanwhile had moved to Milwaukee, in 1954, thereafter playing mostly as an outfielder. In 1956 he won the league batting championship with an average of .328 and in 1957, leading his team to victory in the World Series, was named the league's Most Valuable Player. Before the Braves moved to Atlanta, at the end of 1965, Aaron had hit 398 home runs. In Atlanta on April 8, 1974, he hit his 715th, breaking Babe Ruth's record, which had stood since 1935. After the 1974 season, he was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League. After the 1976 season, Aaron retired as a player and rejoined the Atlanta Braves as an executive. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Jan. 13, 1982.

32. - Biography - Henry Aaron
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Career Batting Record Other Resources Aaron began his professional baseball career as an 18-year-old shortstop for the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro American League. A right-handed hitter, he batted cross-handed, with his right hand below his left hand. Still, he showed enough promise as a hitter that the Boston Braves bought his contract and changed his grip. After two years in the minor leagues, Aaron became the starting leftfielder for the Braves in 1954, the team's second season in Milwaukee. He replaced the veteran Bobby Thomson, who had broken his ankle. No one could have imagined that the slender, 160-pound rookie would eventually break Babe Ruth's career home run record, although he hit a respectable .280 with 13 home runs before breaking an ankle in September. In 1955, Aaron became the Braves' starting rightfielder and he won the NL batting title in 1956 with a .328 average and 26 home runs. By 1957, Aaron was a solid 180-pounder, a feared power hitter and a genuine superstar. He was the league's most valuable player that season, leading in home runs with 44, runs batted in with 132, and runs scored with 118. The Braves won the pennant and beat the New York Yankees in a seven-game World Series, led by Aaron's .393 average, 3 home runs, and 7 RBIs.

33. - History - Baseball - Hank Aaron Award
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On the 25th anniversary of Aaron's breaking the all-time career home run record set by Babe Ruth, the Henry Aaron Award was established to honor the best overall hitter in each league. Winners were chosen in 1999 by a system that assigned points for each hit, home run, and RBI. They're now selected by radio and television broadcasters and analysts, who vote for three players from each league, with 5 points for a first-place vote, 3 points for second place, and 1 point for third place. Top of page
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34. Hank Aaron
The Sporting News named him player of the year for two years.(Sports ChampionsVol.1). hank aaron received many awards for his excellent baseball skills.
Henry Aaron
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Birth: February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama
Died: Stilll living
Parents: Were Estella and Herbert Aaron
Education: He went through high school and graduated from the Allen Institute
Hank Aaron was born February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama. He is still living. His full name is Henry Lewis Aaron. His parents are Estella and Herbert Aaron (, 1).
He graduated from Allen Institute in 1951. Hank first played ball for the Mobile Bears, which was only for Negroes. In 1954, he went from being a Mobile Bear to the Major League's. He played for the Milwaukee Braves of the National League (the Milwaukee Braves later changed to the Atlanta Braves). In 1957, Hank Aaron was the National League's MVP (most valuable player) after helping the Braves win the World Series. That was his first World Series win ( Merit Encyclopedia Vol. 1)
Since the World Series through 1974, he was on the National League All-Star team for a record breaking 20 years. On April 8, 1974 in Atlanta, Hank made history when he broke Babe Ruth's all time home run record with his 715 home run (Sports Champions).
Later in the 1976 season, Hank Aaron retired with a 755 career home runs, to beat the record by 40 homers. His National League baseball batting average was .305. Baseball experts call him"the greatest natural right-handed hitter of all time"(Sports Champions).

35. Hank Aaron Award On Baseball Almanac
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Support Baseball Almanac - Visit One Sponsor Each Visit Advertising Downloads Feedback Newsletter ... Year In Review Aaron Award Related Pages Title Press Conference Vote Analysis "The pitcher has got only a ball. I've got a bat. So the percentage in weapons is in my favor and I let the fellow with the ball do the fretting." - Hank Aaron T he Hank Aaron Award was introduced in 1999 to honor the 25 th Anniversary of Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's all-time home run record. It was the first major award to be introduced in more than thirty years and it recognizes the best overall hitter in each league. D uring the 1999 season, winners were determined by assigning a pre-determined number of points for each hit, home run, and run batted in. During the 2000 season and subsequent years, the play-by-play broadcasters and color analysts from each club's radio and television stations will vote for three players from each league. Each first place vote will receive five points, each second place vote receives three points, and a third place vote receives one point. In 2003 the same points were distributed; however, fans now accounted for 30% of the votes which were taken via's website. Hank Aaron Award In Chronological Order Year Lg Name(s) Team(s) Hits HR RBI Points AL Manny Ramirez Cleveland NL Sammy Sosa Chicago AL Carlos Delgado Toronto NL Todd Helton Colorado AL Alex Rodriguez Texas uk NL Barry Bonds San Francisco uk AL Alex Rodriguez Texas NL Barry Bonds San Francisco AL Alex Rodriguez Texas uk NL Albert Pujols St. Louis

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37. Hank Aaron - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron (born February 5 baseball player and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame , is best known for setting the record for most home runs in a career (755), surpassing the previous mark of 714 by Babe Ruth . He was born in Mobile, Alabama Aaron was a star outfielder with the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves , a perennial All-Star, and the National League 's Most Valuable Player in . In his career, he was selected to a record 24 All-Star Game appearances. He also won three Gold Glove Awards as an outfielder. Aaron's first team, with whom he signed while he was still in high school, was the semi-pro Birmingham Black Bears, but he was acquired in 1951 by the Negro American League champion Indianapolis Clowns after the Black Bears played an exhibition against the Clowns the previous year. The Clowns won the Negro League World Series in 1952 and Aaron's contract was acquired by the Braves, then still in Boston . After two years of excellent performance with the franchise's farm club affiliates, Aaron was brought up to the major league team (which had moved to Milwaukee before the 1953 season).

38. History Channel - Speeches - Hank Aaron, Baseball Player: Addresses Congress
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Hank Aaron, baseball player Addresses Congress "I have been aiming at the flag, in more ways than one." (Washington, D.C., June 18, 1974)

39. BMW World - Hank Aaron And Black History Month
On November 20, 1951, hank aaron began his baseball career with the NegroLeague Indianapolis Clowns. baseball Hall of Fame bio of hank aaron.
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This month, February 2003, BMW World celebrates Black History Month with a tribute to Hank Aaron. Today, Hank owns Hank Aaron BMW in Atlanta, Georgia, but to generations of baseball fans he is known as the home run king, and one of the greatest baseball players of all time. For the community, he founded the Hank Aaron Chasing the Dream Fund, giving talented young people ages 8 to 12 scholarship aid enabling them to pursue their dreams. Hammerin' Hank Aaron is best known for breaking Babe Ruth's home run record by hitting his 715th home run in 1974 at the age of 40. Before he retired from baseball, Aaron increased the record to 755 home runs and held twelve other major league records, including most at bats, most total bases, and most runs batted in. In 1982, Hank was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron was born in Mobile, Alabama, on February 5, 1934. Indianapolis
Clowns On November 20, 1951, Hank Aaron began his baseball career with the Negro League Indianapolis Clowns. Aaron helped lead the Clowns to victory in the 1952 Negro League World Series. Here are some of the highlights of Hank Aaron's career:
June 14 Aaron is signed by Milwaukee Braves' scout Dewey Griggs and assigned to their farm club in Eau Claire, Wis. Aaron, playing second base, is selected as Northern League Rookie of the Year.

40. Hank Aaron : Baseball Legends
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  • Hank Aaron hit more home runs than anyone else in American professional baseball history.
  • He began his professional big-league baseball career in 1954 and retired in 1976.
  • Henry Louis (Hank) Aaron was born on February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama. He grew to be 6 feet tall with an active weight of 180 pounds.
  • At the end of his baseball career, Aaron had 755 home runs; 3,771 hits; 2,297 runs batted in; 1,402 walks; and a .305 batting average out of 12,364 at bats in 3,298 games.
  • Aaron still holds the record for the most runs batted in of any player in American professional baseball.
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