Hall of Famer, former home run king Hank Aaron dies at 86

Yappi

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Hall of Famer and longtime home run king Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron died Friday morning, his daughter confirmed to WSB-TV in Atlanta. The Atlanta Braves legend was 86.

Aaron, a 25-time All-Star, played in MLB from 1954-76 almost entirely with the Braves organization — first in Milwaukee and then in Atlanta. In 1957 he led the organization to its first World Series title since 1914. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1982.
 

Omar

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Not former, still the HR king. I know weight training has come along way since the 70s, but that’s no reason for Barry Bonds’ head to triple in size.
 

OldSoulon

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Not former, still the HR king. I know weight training has come along way since the 70s, but that’s no reason for Barry Bonds’ head to triple in size.
Didn't someone from the Negro Leagues hit more homers than Aaron?
 
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