On April 15, 1954, at County Stadium in Milwaukee, 39,963 fans were on hand to see Hank Aaron collect the first hits of his major league career, Aaron Doubled in the first inning off a long time vet and former Yankee Vic Raschi.  Rasch would last just an inning and two thirds on this day. The Milwaukee Braves rookie collected his second hit in the third inning off Stu Miller and finished the day going 2-5 in the Braves 7-6 walk-off extra-inning win over the St. Louis Cardinals.  Aaron will go to amass 3,771 hits, 755 homeruns, 2,297 RBI’s in one of the most storied careers in baseball history. He will play his last game 23 years later, October 3, 1976 at this venue County Stadium to just 6,858 fans in attendance.

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