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Hank Aaron, 715, 4/8/1974

40 years ago Hank Aaron passes Babe Ruth in record books. He hit home run number 715

The real hero of home runs is Hank Aaron!

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Hank Aaron, a true homerun hero! Such a shame to see America's favorite pastime tainted with talk of PEDs these days.

Vintage Set of the Week:  The small, but mighty 1955 Topps set.

1955 Topps Hank Aaron Psa 6 Ex-Mt Great centering Corners Color

70 Sale Hank Aaron Fine Art Paper Print Of Painting By Artsit To

70 Sale Hank Aaron Fine Art Paper Print Of Painting By Artsit To

Atlanta Braves Hank  Aaron breaks Babe Ruths record April 8, 1974

With Al Downing watching and skyrockets bursting, Hank Aaron rounds the bases in Atlanta on April 1974 after clubbing home run No. surpassing Babe Ruth's "unbreakable" record of 714 lifetime home runs.

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In a story published by USA Today, baseball icon Hank Aaron said that America has a long way to go to combat modern-day racism and it wasn’t long before ra

The legendary Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves

Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron (born February nicknamed "Hammer," or "Hammerin' Hank," is a retired American baseball right fielder who played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1954 through

Hank Aaron Autographed Sports Memorabilia Painting by Gary Longordo

Back in 1974 Hank Aaron hit #715

Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruth& career home run record, hitting home run No. 715 at Atlanta& Fulton County Stadium in April Aaron finished his career with 755 home runs, a record that stood until Barry Bonds broke it in

Who needs two hands? At the 1904 Olympics in St. Louis, the events included All Around Dumbell, which comprised 10 one- and two-handed lifts.

Olympic Sports We Don't See Any More, And Why

The Olympic Games doesn't just seem like one of the most tradition-bound sporting events in the world — it is.