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The Braves set a club mark by hitting seven home runs -- August 3, 1967

The Braves set a club mark by hitting seven home runs, August 3, 1967, in a 10-3 victory over the Cubs with Tito Francona, Joe Torre (2), Clete Boyer (2), Denis Menke, and Hank Aaron all contributing to the record. 31 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Doubleday Double Talk Remembers: Hank Aaron

Doubleday Double Talk Remembers is designed to connect fans with the game of baseball’s past one player and story at a time. A Doubleday Double Talk Remembers will be published every Friday and will go over the life and legacy of the players from our past, from Babe Ruth to Hank Aaron to Steve Dalkowski to Eddie Gaedel, every player has a story and Daryll Dorman and Giuseppe Vitulli are here to provide you with just that. 604 more words

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August 22 Trivia Rankings

Another wild and wonderful week of trivawesomeness thanks to the fantastic Quizlings who came out to play, some with doggies in tow. Keep up the good work and come back next Wednesday. 162 more words

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Touring a Hall of Famer's childhood home in Mobile

It’s not every day that a ticket to a baseball game also gets you admission to the childhood home of a baseball Hall of Famer.  However, that is precisely what you will find at Hank Aaron Stadium in Mobile, Ala., home of the… 540 more words

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Tom House

Perhaps best known for catching Hank Aaron’s 715th home run, House pitched for eight seasons in the majors, going 29-23 with 33 saves. He came up with the Atlanta Braves in 1971, bouncing back and forth between the majors and minors for the next couple seasons. 122 more words

THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY

August 7 in history:

George Washington established one of the highest U.S. military awards on this date in 1782, when he ordered the creation of the Purple Heart for the Continental Army.   111 more words

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