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Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron - RF
Born: 1934   
Bats: Right   Throws: Right




Aaron 's stats at baseballreference.com
Aaron 's stats at thebaseballcube.com

Halls of Fame
Baseball Evolution - 2006
Cooperstown - 1982

Years Played
1954-1976

Main Team
Milwaukee Braves 1954-1965
Atlanta Braves 1965-1974

Other Teams
Milwaukee Brewers 1975-1976

Awards
1957 National League Most Valuable Player
1958 Gold Glove
1959 Gold Glove
1960 Gold Glove

All Star Appearances
1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959
1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964
1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974
1975

Positional Breakdown
RF 2184; LF 313; CF 293; 1B 210; DH 202; 2B 43; 3B 7

Notes of Significance

  • All time leader in career home runs, RBI, extra-base hits, and total bases
  • Ranks among Top 5 all time in games, at-bats, runs, hits, total bases, runs created,
    sacrifice flies, intentional walks, double plays

Career Stats

Hitting
GAB RH 2B3B HRRBI SBSB% DP% AVGOBP SLGOPS OPS+TB BR+ HWS
329812364 21743771 62498 7552297 24076.7 11.8 .305.374 .555.929 1556856 933 570


Fielding
FR FWS /162 FA+ RngF+ RNG ARM A-E A/G PB/G
4 71 3.49 3 .21 102 92 84 N/A N/A




Baseball Evolution Links for Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron

A Place at the Table
Only four players have ever hit 600 home runs, and only 12 players have ever hit 600 doubles, but only one player has ever done both Hank Aaron.

Splitsville's First Cut
Learn, among other things, how Hank Aaron's lineup prescence may have affected Eddie Mathews.

Top Ten MVP Snubs of All Time
Hank Aaron was once asked why he didn't win more MVP awards, and he said that it was because the sports writers who voted for the award were racist...



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