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HANK AARON: R.I.P.

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Legendary baseball slugger Hank Aaron has died at age 86.

Aaron played most of his career with the Braves — first in Milwaukee and then in Atlanta. He hit 755 career home runs, setting a record that would stand until Barry Bonds hit number-756 in August 2007. His most famous dinger was number-715 on April 8th, 1974 — the one that topped Babe Ruth‘s career mark.

HANK AARON.

Written by: Tony Williams

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