Hank Aaron
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Hank Aaron is a retired American baseball player whose career measured from 1954 to 1976.  Throughout his career, Hank Aaron had much success and achieved many records.

Hank Aaron - It is virtually impossible to describe Hank Aaron without using the words "all-time home run king". Such is the magnitude of Aaron's place in history. Is there a more royal way for a ballplayer to be remembered? On the surface, probably not. Yet Hank Aaron demands so much more. As breathtaking as 755 home runs is, there is so much more for which he must be remembered. He won three Gold Glove Awards, played in 14 World Series, set records for career RBI’s and total bases, won two batting titles and four RBI Crowns. He is currently a senior vice president with the Braves. With grace and charm, Hank Aaron shares his memories of his unmatched career, earning the admiration and respect of his audiences as only a true American legend can.

"Hammerin' Hank" Aaron earned his nickname by clubbing 755 roundtrippers over his 23-year career. Not only did he raise the bar for home runs, but he also established 12 other major league career records, including most games, at-bats, total bases and RBI. Aaron played the infield but gained recognition as an excellent outfielder, winning three Gold Glove awards. Hank Aaron earned National League Most Valuable Player honors in 1957, and appeared in a record 24 All-Star Games. A quiet and effective leader, Aaron is now an executive with the Braves.

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