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  1. Hank Aaron: Baseball Player (Ferguson Career Biographies) by Michael Benson, 2004-11
  2. Hank Aaron (Baseball Superstars) by J. Poolos, 2008-03-30
  3. Hank Aaron: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by Charlie Vascellaro, 2005-03-30
  4. The Child's World Encyclopedia of Baseball: Hank Aaron Through Cy Young Award by James, Jr. Buckley, 2009-01
  5. Hank Aaron (Baseball Legends) by James Tackach, 1991-06
  6. Baseball: Hank Aaron-Mark McGgwire (Great Athletes)
  7. Hank Aaron (Baseball Hall of Famers) by Lauren Spencer, 2002-06
  8. Hank Aaron (Baseball Hall of Famers) (Juvenile Title) by Lauren Spencer, 2002
  9. Turn Back The Clock Hank Aaron Baseball Card by Topps, 1989
  10. Negro League Baseball: Toni Stone, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Hank Aaron, Buck O'Neil, Minnie Miñoso, List of Negro League baseball teams, Cuban Giants, ... of Professional Base Ball Players
  11. Baseball's record breaker, Hank Aaron (The allstars) by Ann Morse, 1976
  12. Ballplayers, Hank Aaron to Jim Lyttle: Baseball's Ultimate Biographical Reference by Mike Shatzkin, 1990-12
  13. America At Bat: Baseball Stuff and Stories by Paul Rosenthal, 2002-05-01
  14. How to hit and run the bases (Major league baseball players guides) by Hank Aaron, 1971

1. Hank Aaron Statistics -
Hank Aaron batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason

2. Hank Aaron The BASEBALL Page
The BASEBALL Page The Web. HANK AARON The most prolific home run hitter of alltime, Henry Aaron withstood tremendous pressure to break Babe

3. Hank Aaron Hammerin' Back At Racism
Alphabetically and arithmetically, what could be finer than having "Aaron, Hank" as the first name listed in The Baseball Encyclopedia?

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5. - Biography - Henry Aaron
Aaron, Henry L. (Hank) Baseball b. Feb. 5, 1934, Mobile AL. Career Batting Record. Other Resources. Aaron began his professional baseball career

6. Henry Hank Aaron, Baseball Pins And Buttons, MLB Pin, Baseball
Baseball Pin Thsi web site is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of Hank Aaron. This site offers Atlanta Braves fans collectible cap and

7. Aaron, Hank
Hank Aaron Pictorial Parade Audio Clip byname of HENRY LOUIS AARON (b. Feb. 5, 1934, Mobile, Ala., U.S.), American professional baseball

8. Aaron, Hank - Negro League Baseball Player
Site Search ALL words ANY words HANK AARON. They called him the Hammer. The NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION and the NLBPA

9. Aaron, Hank A Players Baseball Sports
Aaron, Hank A Players Baseball Sports now available, find more information on Aaron, Hank.

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11. Hank Aaron | National Baseball Hall Of Fame
Elected to Hall of Fame by baseball Writers in 1982, Player Did You Know that hank aaron, a former member of the Negro American League s Indianapolis
Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron
Henry Louis Aaron
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Induction Information
Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 1982, Player
406 votes on 415 ballots 97.83%
Hall of Fame plaque for Hank Aaron
Born: February 5, 1934, in Mobile, Alabama
ML Debut:
Primary Position:
Right Fielder
Bats: R Throws: R Primary Uniform #: Played For: Indianapolis Clowns (1952), Milwaukee Braves (1954-1965), Atlanta Braves (1966-1974), Milwaukee Brewers (1975-1976)
Primary Team: Milwaukee Braves Post-Season: 1957 World Series, 1958 World Series, 1969 NLCS Awards: All-Star (25): 1955-1975; National League Most Valuable Player 1957; Gold Glove (3): 1958-1960 Hitting Bio Video (Streaming Windows Media) Exhibiting an understated style that became his trademark, Hank Aaron became the all-time home run champion via one of the most consistent offensive careers in baseball history. In addition to his 755 home runs, he also holds the major league record for total bases, extra-base hits and RBI. Aaron was named the 1957 National League MVP, won three Gold Gloves for his play in right field and was named to a record 24 All-Star squads. Quote "Trying to throw a fastball by Henry Aaron is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster."

12. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - The 3,000 Hit Club - Hank Aaron
Learn more about Hall of Fame member hank aaron. hank aaron s 3000th Hit.Date May 17, 1970 (2), Location Crosley Field, Cincinnati
is best known as the all-time home run king, but the slugging right fielder was a consistent .300 hitter throughout his 23-year major league career. Aaron's 3,000th hit (a single) came in the second game of a doubleheader against the Reds, May 17, 1970. Learn more about Hall of Fame member Hank Aaron View the exhibit at the Hall of Fame featuring the ball and bat from Hank Aaron's 3,000th career base hit Hank Aaron's 3,000th Hit Date: May 17, 1970 (2) Location: Crosley Field, Cincinnati Club: Atlanta (NL) Opponent: Cincinnati (NL) Pitcher: Wayne Simpson Hit: Single Total career hits: Boxscore from The Sporting News Stan Musial Willie Mays
The 3,000-Hit Club
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14. Hank Aaron Statistics -
hank aaron batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statisticsfor each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards he
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Henry Louis Aaron (Hammer, Hammerin' Hank, or Bad Henry) Bats Right, Throws Right
Height Weight 180 lb.
April 13, 1954
Final Game
October 3, 1976
February 5 in Mobile, AL Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1982. Signed as a Free Agent with the Boston Braves in 1952. All Transactions About biographical information
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15. The Sporting News: Baseball - Henry (Hank) Aaron
Dedication to hank aaron and the 25th anniversary of his record breaking home run record. Contains a timeline of his baseball career, statistics, photos, and interviews.

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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of No. 715: "When I was in a ballpark, I felt . . . like I was surrounded by angels and I had God's hand on my shoulder."
  • Born February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Ala.
  • Height, 6-0. Weight, 190.
  • Threw and batted righthanded.
  • Brother of Tommy Aaron, former major league player with Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves.
  • Holds major league record for most career home runs (755), home runs with one club (Braves, 733), RBIs (2,297), total bases (6,856), most games played (3,298) and many others.
  • Hit 20 or more home runs for 20 consecutive seasons (1955-1974).
  • Named to 24 All Star games.
  • Won three Gold Glove awards, 1958, 1959, 1960.
  • Named The Sporting News' National League Player of the Year, 1956, 1963.
  • Named to Hall of Fame, 1982. photo gallery timeline hank's tsn questionnaire career stats ...
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  • 16. Hank Aaron And Branch Rickey Award Winners -
    Leaders Awards Postseason Travel Random Bullpen. You Are Here Awards hank aaron and Branch Rickey Award Winners
    SPORTS Baseball Football Basketball Books SUPPORT Newly Available Pages Your Sponsorships Quick Index: Players Teams Leagues Managers ... Bullpen You Are Here Awards Hank Aaron and Branch Rickey Award Winners MarketPlace Ads Place your own message here A clearinghouse for companies and websites that want to put their information before a large number of baseball fans. The MarketPlace boxes appear on awards, league, leader, postseason and the front page. Costs $95 per slot per month Hank Aaron and Branch Rickey Award Winners Award Index
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    Click on the V for any complete voting results, if available. Year Branch Rickey Award Winner AL Hank Aaron Winner NL Hank Aaron Winner Jamie Moyer Manny Ramirez Barry Bonds Roland Hemond ... Paul Molitor None Awarded None Awarded Craig Biggio None Awarded None Awarded Brett Butler None Awarded None Awarded Tony Gwynn None Awarded None Awarded Ozzie Smith None Awarded None Awarded Kirby Puckett None Awarded None Awarded Dave Winfield None Awarded None Awarded You Are Here

    17. CNN/SI - Baseball - Hank Aaron
    Profile and statistics.
    Hank Aaron Bats: Right Throws: Right
    180 lbs.
    Born: Feb 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama
    College: None
    Select Career Statistics: Batting Statistics Fielding Statistics Postseason Batting Statistics Postseason Fielding Statistics



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    Five part life story, career statistics, a breakdown of all 755 homeruns and the pitchers hank hit the home runs off of, pictures, links, and other information on his baseball career.
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    19. Hank Aaron | The BASEBALL Page
    The baseball Page has original baseball commentary, with a perspective on baseballhistory. baseball player pages, alltime teams, franchise pages,
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    The most prolific home run hitter of all-time, Henry Aaron withstood tremendous pressure to break Babe Ruth's career record. Aaron is often overlooked when historians debate the best player of the 1950s and 1960s. He was a great hitter, winning two batting titles. He was a very good base runner and had a good arm in the outfield. His 1957 MVP season led the Milwaukee Braves to the pennant and eventually their only World Series title. Late in his career, and after his retirement, Aaron was a vocal leader in support of minority hiring in baseball.
    "Hammerin' Hank," "Bad Henry" and "The Hammer"
    Played For
    Milwaukee Braves (1954-1965), Atlanta Braves (1966-1974), Milwaukee Brewers (1975-1976)
    1957 World Series, 1958 World Series, 1969 NLCS
    World Champion? Yes, 1957 Milwaukee Braves

    20. Hank Aaron: Biography And Much More From
    View Poster hank aaron , baseball Player Born 5 February 1934 Birthplace Mobile,Alabama Best Known As America s alltime home run leader Henry.
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    • Born: 5 February 1934 Birthplace: Mobile, Alabama Best Known As: America's all-time home run leader
    Henry "Hank" Aaron hit 755 home runs during his major league career, making him America's all-time home run leader. Aaron hit #715 on April 8, 1974, moving him past the record 714 career homers of Babe Ruth . Much like Roger Maris , Aaron was maligned by some fans who thought he was somehow unfit to surpass the mighty Ruth. (Racism played a part; Aaron was black, and passed Ruth's record only 28 years after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in major league baseball.) Aaron retired after the 1976 season, holding the all-time home run and RBI records and having played in a record 24 All-Star Games. Aaron's nickname was "Hammerin' Hank"... He batted and threw right-handed... Aaron wore uniform #44 in the major leagues except during his rookie year, when he wore #5... His brother Tommie Aaron was also a major-leaguer who played with the Braves... Aaron published his autobiography, I Had a Hammer

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