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Hank Aaron Baseball HOF Stats Bat



Hank Aaron Baseball HOF Stats Bat

• 34 inch baseball bat
• National Baseball Hall of Fame logo
• Engraved and hand colored name, and statistics



Hank Aaron Baseball HOF Stats Bat

Henry Louis Aaron
Inducted to the Hall of Fame in: 1982
Primary team: Milwaukee Braves
Primary position: Right Fielder

Hank Aaron grew from humble beginnings in Mobile, Ala., passed through the sandlots with brief stops in the Negro Leagues and the minor leagues before he settled in with the Braves where he ultimately became one of baseball’s most iconic figures. He was a consistent producer both at the plate and in the field, reaching the .300 mark in batting 14 times, 30 home runs 15 times, 90 RBI 16 times and captured three Gold Glove Awards en-route to 25 All-Star appearances. Phillies and Cardinals pitcher Curt Simmons said: “Trying to sneak a pitch past Hank Aaron is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster.”

Nineteen fifty-seven was arguably Hank Aaron’s best season. He hit .322 that year with 44 home runs and 132 RBI, captured the National League MVP Award and led the Braves to their first World Series Championship since 1914.

Despite his consistent production, it wasn’t until 1973 that Aaron was thrust into the national spotlight as he neared the finish of a successful assault on one of sport’s most cherished records: Babe Ruth’s mark of 714 home runs. It was on April 8, 1974, that Hammerin’ Hank sent a 1-0 pitch from Dodgers hurler Al Downing into the left field bullpen. Aaron was recognized for 30 years as baseball’s all-time home run king until his record of 755 home runs was passed in 2007.

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