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Hank Aaron Stats & Facts

Hank Aaron Essentials Positions: RightfieldBats: R Throws: RWeight: 180Born: Year: 1934 in Mobile, AL USADied: in ,Debut: 4/13/1954Last Game: 10/3/1976Hall of Fame: Inducted as a Player in 1982 by BBWAAFull Name: Henry Louis Aaron Birthday 2 5 | Death | Hank...

1937 All Star Game Lou Gehrig drives in 4

1937 All Star Game Lou Gehrig drives in 4

President Franklin D. Roosevelt is the first President to attend an All-Star game as he is invited to throw out the first ball at Griffith Stadium in Washington D.C. The President and the rest of the sellout crowd of 31,391 at the 5th Annual...

This Day In Baseball January 26

It may be cold outside but baseball happens 365 days a year! January Events include trades, births, ballpark announcements, hires, fires and surprises. On January 1 Cool Papa Bell hits 3 homeruns in Cuban Baseball. Future Hall of Famers Tim Keefe and Hank...

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