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  1. Rating the top: designated hitters of all time: the DH has been a fixture in the American League for 35 seasons and some of the best at the position are ... baseball.: An article from: Baseball Digest by George Vass, 2007-10-01
  2. Baseball brothers by Jeff Rubin, 1976
  3. Records revolution: over the last 50 seasons, a number of "untouchable" marks have been broken.: An article from: Baseball Digest by George Vass, 2007-07-01
  4. The Home Run Kings, Babe Ruth and Henry Aaron by Clare Gault, Frank Gault, 1975-09
  5. Baseball Stars of 1964
  6. Chipper Jones : A Brave Legend in the Making
  7. Bonds king of the dinger; Giants slugger belts No. 756 to top Aaron's home run mark.(Sports): An article from: Winnipeg Free Press by Gale Reference Team, 2007-08-08
  8. Henry Aaron, Home-Run King by Samuel Epstein, 1975-10
  9. Henry!
  10. Baseball's Greatest Players: The Saga Continues by David Shiner, 2001-03
  11. Hank Aaron: The Life of the Home Run King by Kimberly Sweet, 2002-06
  12. I Never Had It Made: The Autobiographyof Jackie Robinson by Jackie Robinson, Alfred Duckett, 1997-04
  13. Hammerin' Hank of the Braves by Joel H Cohen, 1971
  14. Jackie Robinson and the American dream (Start-to-finish books) by John Bergez, 2001-01-01

81. Hank Aaron By Justin
hank aaron Written by Justin. hank aaron is a famous baseball player that manylooks up to in 1960s. He started just like any black child in the 1920s.

82. Hank Aaron - Baseball Memorabila - Seth's Room - Seth Swirsky
This ball was used in the game that hank aaron broke Babe Ruth sHR record. Clyde King. Ball from hank aaron s 715th Homer Game.
"This ball was used in the game that Hank Aaron
broke Babe Ruth's HR record." Clyde King Ball from Hank Aaron's 715th Homer Game This ball was used during the game in which Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career home run record on April 8, 1974. It belonged to Atlanta Brave executive, Clyde King who became the Brave's manager later that year. It is signed by all the key participants in that great event. "I was on first base when Hank hit his shot!" Darrell Evans Hank Aaron's signature is above Evans' inscription. v "Was starting pitcher in the game. Gave up Aaron's 715th home run in the 4th inning. April 8, 1974" Al Downing "I was the starting and winning pitcher
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83. :: Negro Baseball Leagues :: If I Had A Hammer
Damn it, we ve got to tell the truth the way it was. Don Newcombe. The mostoutspoken advocate of integration in baseball, hank aaron, was the first major
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Henry (Hank) Aaron, with Lonnie Wheeler Throughout his illustrious career, Hank Aaron was never one to say very much. I Had a Hammer breaks that silence with quiet dignity, strength of character, and pridequalities synonymous with American legend."Ted Turner "Henry's got guts. He'll say what he feels. All young kids have got to be made to know what guys like Henry and Jackie and I endured. It's important to make the readers believe that these things happened to us, and were it not for Jackie and Henry and all of us, they might still be going on. We paid a heavy debt. Damn it, we've got to tell the truth the way it was."Don Newcombe "The most outspoken advocate of integration in baseball, Hank Aaron, was the first major-league player to dispassionately and honestly deal with the subject where Jackie Robinson left off." Robert E. Johnson, associate publisher

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Cons None The Bottom Line Full Review There was a man who once said that if you wanted to take a good look and see what America was all about, you looked at the game of baseball. I forgot who that man was but I think his quote stands correct. Hank Aaron was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He broke the long held home run record of Babe Ruth on April of 74' when he hit his 715th home run. I myself did not know how significant that was not having lived my adult hood or my teenagers during that period of baseball. But the significance

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87. Baseball Prospectus | Articles | Hank Aaron's Home Cooking
baseball Prospectus Dayn Perry penned an affectionate tribute to aaron last week.In reviewing Hammerin hank s history, he notes that aaron s superficially

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90. Hank Aaron Shadowbox Signed Baseball And Sepia Tone Photo Of 715
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91. Baseball Digest: Hank Aaron: He Is Best Remembered For His Home Run Record, But
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HE BEGAN AS A WIRY SECOND baseman with a cross-handed batting style. He finished as the most prolific home run hitter in baseball history. Although Henry Louis Aaron lacked the flair of Willie Mays, the muscle of Mickey Mantle, or the swagger of Duke Snider, he was one of the most consistent players ever to wear a major league uniform. His amazing consistency compensated for a lack of charisma. Aaron did everything so quietly that critics said he looked like he was falling asleep at the plateat least until he unleashed the short, powerful stroke that produced 755 career home runs. Unlike Mays and Mantle, Aaron never hit 50 home runs in a season. In fact, the six-foot, 180-pound right-handed hitter had a one-year high of 47 and a second-best total of 45. Other than that, the best he could do in any one year was to match his uniform number, hitting 44 four times.

92. Anecdote - Henry Louis ["Hank"] Aaron - Hank Aaron
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93. MSN Encarta - Aaron, Hank
In 1999—the 25th anniversary of aaron breaking Ruth’s record—Major LeagueBaseball announced the hank aaron Award, given annually to the best overall
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    Read about the achievements, background, and sports career of the U.S. baseball player who broke Babe Ruth's mark of 714 home runs. - Hank Aaron

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    Profile of the baseball legend on the 25th anniversary of his record-breaking home run offers details on his Chasing the Dream Foundation. - Hank Aaron: Hammerin' Back at Racism

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    96. Great American History Fact-Finder - -Aaron, Hank
    The Great American History FactFinder. aaron, hank. (Henry; 1934- ), black baseballplayer for the Milwaukee (later Atlanta) Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers.
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    (Henry; ), black baseball player for the Milwaukee (later Atlanta) Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers. In 1974, despite death threats meant to keep Aaron from surpassing the record of a white, he broke Babe Ruth's all-time home run record of 714. He ended his twenty-three-year career after the 1976 season with 755 home runs and eleven major league records and was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1982.
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    98. Stanford Review [v2.0] - Archive - Volume XXVI - Issue 5 - Front Page
    The film, which won the Peabody Award in 1995, began by splicing scenes of HankAaron playing baseball with Martin Luther King and the civil rights era, and
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    Contributing Writer A panel of sports experts discussed the topic of sports and race on May 10th in Cubberly Auditorium after viewing the documentary film Hank Aaron: Chasing The Dream. The panel featured Michael Tollin, who wrote and directed the Academy Award-nominated film, Larry Baer, president of the San Francisco Giants, and Tyrone Willingham, Stanford's head football coach. Jim Steyer, a Stanford lecturer in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, moderated the discussion. Before the film began, Mr. Steyer remarked that although it chronicled Hank Aaron's professional career, it also told the larger story of race and diversity in sports and athletics. The film, which won the Peabody Award in 1995, began by splicing scenes of Hank Aaron playing baseball with Martin Luther King and the civil rights era, and then shifted into the career of Jackie Robinson. Former baseball player Lou Brock described Jackie Robinson's debut as "the first time a black man's job was recorded for the world to see. But white America wasn't ready for a black man to succeed at their game." Hank Aaron debuted in professional baseball just as the civil rights movement was gaining momentum. His rookie year coincided very nearly with Brown v. Board of Education, and his career, the film suggested, was a metaphor for the larger movement. Mr. Tollin said, "Hank Aaron was much prouder of the role he played in the civil rights movement than the role he played in baseball." During the film, Mr. Aaron remembered his rookie year, "I was only 19. I felt the weight of the world on my shoulders." During his first season, he struggled to integrate himself into his team, the Jacksonville Braves. He could not eat with his teammates, one of the other players mistook him for the clubhouse boy, his name was misspelled on his locker, and a manager told him that he was too skinny to have a double number.

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