On January 22, 2021 Hank Aaron passes away at age 86. The Hall of Fame Braves outfielder was the All-time home run leader from 1974 to 2007 (755 career HR). 1957 NL MVP and World Series Champ. 2x batting champ and 3x Gold Glove winner. All-time MLB leader with 2,297 RBI and 6,856 total bases. The only player to appear in 25 All-Star Games.

Aaron dealt with intense racism once it was clear he was going to break Babe ruth’s home run record. Yet he never let that stop him or jade him during his career or life. He was a true icon of sports.


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