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  1. Hank Aaron: The man who bested the Babe (Baseball legends comics) by Herb Shapiro, 1993
  2. Baseball Yearbook 1972 MLB (Hank Aaron back cover photo) by Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, 1972
  3. HITTING (Record / Booklet on Baseball Fundamentals) by Hank Aaron, 1973
  4. Milwaukee Braves Baseball Game Program 1954 (Chicago Cubs) by Hank Aaron, 1954
  5. Milwaukee Braves Baseball Game Program 1955 (Chicago Cubs) by Hank Aaron, 1955
  6. Ballplayers, Hank Aaron to Jim Lyttle: Baseball's Ultimate Biographical Reference (Ballplayers) by Mike Shatzkin, 1980
  7. A replica 1957 Milwaukee Braves jersey with Hank Aaron's 44 on both by BASEBALL, 1957
  8. Hank Aaron (Sports Heroes and Legends) by Serena Kappes, 2006-01
  9. Hank Aaron and the Home Run That Changed America by Tom Stanton, 2005-04-01
  10. Home Run: My Life in Pictures by Hank Aaron, Dick Schaap, 1999-03
  11. I Had a Hammer: The Hank Aaron Story by Hank Aaron, 2007-06-01
  12. Hank Aaron: Brave in Every Way by Peter Golenbock, 2005-03-01
  13. Hank Aaron: Home Run Hero (Crabtree Groundbreaker Biographies) by Jessica Morrison, 2010-08-15
  14. Hank Aaron (A See and Read Biography) by George Sullivan, 1975-05

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23. Aaron, Hank - Negro League Baseball Player
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
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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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26. Hank Aaron Biography - Life, Family, Children, Name, Story, Death, History, Scho
Aaron, Hank, with Lonnie Wheeler. I Had a Hammer The Hank Aaron Story. New York HarperCollins, 1991. Rennert, Richard Scott.
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Born: February 5, 1934
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After high school graduation, Aaron played on local amateur and semi-pro teams, such as the Pritchett Athletics and the Mobile Black Bears, where he began to make a name Hank Aaron.
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During winter ball in Puerto Rico in 1953 and 1954 Aaron began playing positions in the outfield. In the spring of 1954 he trained with the major league Milwaukee Braves and won a starting position when the regular right fielder suffered an injury. Although Aaron was sidelined late in the season with a broken ankle, he batted .280 as a rookie that year. Over the next twenty-two seasons, this quiet, six-foot, right-handed All-Star established himself as one of the most durable and skilled hitters in major league history.
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After the 1974 season Aaron left the Braves and went to play for the Milwaukee Brewers until his retirement in 1976. At the time of his retirement as a player, the forty-two-year-old veteran had raised his all-time homer output to 755. When he left the Brewers he became a vice president and director of player development for the Braves, where he scouted new team prospects and oversaw the coaching of minor leaguers. He later went on to become a senior vice president for the Braves. Overall, his efforts contributed toward making the Braves one of the strongest teams in the National League. In 1982 Aaron was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, New York, and in 1997 Hank Aaron Stadium in Mobile was dedicated to him.

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