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    Há 23 horas · Henry Louis Aaron (February 5, 1934 – January 22, 2021), nicknamed " Hammer " or " Hammerin' Hank ", was an American professional baseball right fielder and designated hitter who played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB), from 1954 through 1976. Considered one of the greatest baseball players in history, he spent 21 seasons ...

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  2. 1 de fev. de 2024 · Hank Aaron, American professional baseball player who, during 23 seasons in the major leagues, (1954–76), surpassed batting records held by some of the greatest hitters of the game, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial. Learn more about Hank Aaron in this article.

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  3. Há 5 dias · Hank Aaron’s journey from a young boy in Mobile, Alabama, to a baseball legend and a national icon is a story of triumph over adversity. His chase and surpassing of Babe Ruth’s record is a significant chapter in this journey, but the true measure of his greatness lies in his character and the impact he had on the world around him.

  4. 14 de fev. de 2024 · Hank Aaron MLB Network During Black History Month, MLB Network celebrates the 50th anniversary of Hank Aaron's record-setting 715th home run and its legacy

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  5. 4 de fev. de 2024 · Aaron, who was born 89 years ago Sunday, was the game’s ultimate offensive force for much of his 23-year Major League career and from 1974-2007 held the title as baseball’s all-time home run leader. He topped 100 runs scored and recorded slugging percentages exceeding .500 for 13 consecutive seasons (1955-67).

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  6. 5 de fev. de 2024 · The bat that Hank Aaron used to hit his historic 715th home run is now on display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York. 3. HIGHLY Decorated Source:Getty Hank’s Career Accolades Include: 25x All-Star (1955-1975) World Series Champion (1957) NL MVP (1957) 3x Gold Glove Award Winner (1958-1960)