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Braves Retired Numbers: Hank Aaron

#44 Hank Aaron  

Years with Braves: 1954-1974  

Locations: Milwaukee (1954-1965); Atlanta (1966-1974)

Date Number Retired: April 15th, 1977 (Atlanta)  

Fast Facts: Hank Aaron was the first Braves player that never played in Boston to have his number retired. 2,541 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: July 2, 1963

One of baseball’s most memorable games; a 16-inning game between the Milwaukee Braves and San Francisco Giants that features 7 future Hall of Famers, Hank Aaron… 65 more words

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Hank Aaron - All time home run king (1954 - 1974)

Hank Aaron played for 20 years with the Braves, first in Milwaukee and then in Atlanta. He started in 1954 and finished in 1974. He was born in Mobile, Alabama on February 5, 1934. 79 more words

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The Selig Experience, a state-of-the-art attraction at Miller Park to honor Commissioner Emeritus and former Brewers Owner Allan H. (Bud) Selig, has been open for just about a month now and fans have been lining up for it at every game. 211 more words

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Early this afternoon, I had the pleasure of touring the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) with a group from the Brewers that included Manager Craig Counsell… 512 more words

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Most baseball players aren’t shy about saying that they enjoy returning to play in their hometown.

Alex Rodriguez sat in a mostly deserted visiting dugout two hours before Monday’s game, holding his older daughter’s hands while she whispered in his ear. 581 more words

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