Hank Aaron was one of the greatest baseball players of all-time. He hit 755 Home Runs, second only to Barry Bonds who hit 762. Aaron is the all-time career RBI leader with 2,297. Everyone speaks about Aaron's accomplishments as a hitter; he also was a fine outfielder who won three Gold Gloves. Hank ran well and would steal bases when the Braves needed him to do so.
Aaron won the National League's Most Valuable Player Award in 1957 when he led the Braves to their only World Championship in Milwaukee. Hank won two batting titles and finished his Major League career with 3,771 hits; only Pete Rose and Ty Cobb amassed more base hits than Henry Aaron.
Aaron belted 30 or more Home Runs 15 times and 40 or more Homers eight times.
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