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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

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2. Aaron, Hank | Baseball Hall Of Fame
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3. Hank Aaron - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Hank Aaron
Right fielder
February 5, 1934
Mobile, Alabama
Batted: Right Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Home runs Hits Runs batted in Teams Career highlights and awards MLB Records:
  • 6,856 total bases 2,297 RBI 1,477 extra-base hits 17 consecutive seasons with 150 or more hits
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron (born February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama ) is a retired American baseball player whose Major League Baseball (MLB) career spanned the years 1954 through 1976. Aaron is widely considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time. In 1999, editors at The Sporting News ranked Hank Aaron fifth on their list of " Greatest Baseball Players After playing with the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro American League and in the minor leagues , Aaron started his major league career in 1954. (He is the last

4. Hank Aaron : Hank Aaron News And Photos -
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5. Hank Aaron Biography -
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6. Aaron, Hank - Cosmeo
Full name SPAN CLASSscHenry L. Full name Henry L. Aaron (1934 ), American baseball player, born in Mobile, Ala. Aaron, a right fielder, played for the Milwaukee Braves

7. Sporting News - The Authority For Avid Fans
Dedication to Hank Aaron and the 25th anniversary of his record breaking home run record. Includes a timeline of his baseball career, statistics, photos, and interviews.
Giants go up 3-1 on Rangers in Series BCS flip-flop: Oregon, Auburn now 1-2
Saints need to step it up
The Saints must take the game to Steelers Sunday if they hope to get back on the right track in their Super Bowl title defense.
Vikings-Patriots: Randy's return
In postgame remarks, Vikings WR Randy Moss is critical of Minnesota's coaching and says he misses his Patriots former teammates and coach Bill Belichick.
World Series: Rangers get back in it
Mitch Moreland delivers Texas’ biggest hit of the season, in Stan McNeal's estimation, in Game 3. Pretty good for a guy who almost became a pitcher.
Nation's best team? How about Nebraska?

8. Aaron, Hank - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Aaron, Hank
US baseball player, holder of the alltime records for runs batted in (2,297), total bases (6,856), extra-base hits (1,477), and consecutive seasons with 150 or more hits (17)., Hank

9. Oxford AASC Aaron, Hank
Sex Male. Born Mobile, Alabama, United States 5 February 1934 Activity/Profession

10. CNN/SI - Hank Aaron
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11. Hank Aaron —
Encyclopedia Aaron, Hank. Aaron, Hank (Henry Louis Aaron), 1934–, U.S. baseball player, b. Mobile, Ala. A durable outfielder noted for his powerful wrists, Aaron was among the first
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    Aaron, Hank Ruth 's legendary lifetime mark of 714 home runs, eventually setting a record of 755 homers, which held until Barry Bonds hit his 756th in 2007. Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982, Aaron is baseball's career leader in runs batted in (2,297) and extra-base hits (1,477) and was an All Star a record 24 times. He also was the National League's most valuable player in 1957 and won three Gold Gloves. In 1976 he became one of the first black executives in the game, beginning a long tenure in the Atlanta Braves front office. He also is a successful Atlanta businessman. See his autobiography (1991). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia,
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12. Aaron, Hank - Definition Of Aaron, Hank By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Henry Louis Aaron United States professional baseball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934), Hank

13. Baseball Almanac - Hank Aaron Photo Gallery
Hank Aaron's lifetime stats, quotes, home runs, photographs, and other interesting biographical data are presented at Baseball Almanac.

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Hammerin' Hank could have books upon books filled with great pictures of great events which occurred during his career. The home run king blessed us with events that can only be described as historic and Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a few of those events in pictures. "I'm hoping someday that some kid, black or white, will hit more home runs than myself. Whoever it is, I'd be pulling for him." - Hank Aaron Hank Aaron Photo Gallery
Visit Baseball Almanac's Hank Aaron page to examine his lifetime statistics, read quotations about and from him, and find even more interesting fast facts! In 1994, Ted Williams opened the Hitters Hall of Fame in Florida. During the ceremonies, he wrote a list of the twenty-greatest hitters in Major League history. Hank Aaron finished ninth overall. Do you know who Williams rated higher? Is Hank Aaron the greatest player in history? Would he be on your all-time team? Tell us your opinion on our message boards Advertising All-Star Game Autographs ... Year by Year
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15. The Official Site Of Minor League Baseball Jacksonville Suns
Official website of the Jacksonville, Florida Suns minor league baseball team.

16. Aaron, Hank - Astro-Databank, Hank Aaron Horoscope, Born 5 February 1934 In Mobi
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Hank Aaron born on 5 February 1934 Mobile AL, USA,_Hank
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American baseball player, a great batting champ and one of the first of baseball's black super-stars. He played with the Braves from 3/14/1954 when he made his debut against the Boston Red Sox with a thrilling three-hit game. He earned the nickname of Hammerin' Hank and was called the Greatest Slugger in Baseball History. However, his impressive success had a down side, as it made his life a living hell with hate-mail from bigots and threats so ugly that he was forced to travel with a bodyguard. When he retired in 1976, he had not only scored a lifetime total of 755 homers in his 22-year career, but the love and respect of his teammates and the reverence of his many fans. On 4/08/1994, a pre-game ceremony was scheduled to honor Aaron. His only health problem was sore knees.

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19. We Are The Ship By | 0786808322 | 9780786808328
Rent and Save a ton on We Are the Ship by Aaron, Hank Nelson, Kadir.ISBN 0786808322 EAN 9780786808328
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20. Hank Aaron: Biography From
Aaron, Hank, and Lonnie Wheeler, I Had a Hammer The Hank Aaron Story, Harper, 1991. Plimpton, George, One for the Record The Inside Story of Hank Aaron's Chase for the HomeRun
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  • Born: 5 February 1934 Birthplace: Mobile, Alabama Best Known As: Major league baseball's home run leader, 1974-2007
Henry "Hank" Aaron hit 755 home runs during his major league baseball career, making him America's all-time home run leader for the next three decades. Aaron hit number 715 on 8 April 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 he 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 records for home runs (755) and RBIs (2297)and having played in a record 24 All-Star Games. He was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1982. Aaron published his autobiography, I Had a Hammer

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