LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 09: Former MLB player Hank Aaron arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' '42' at the Chinese Theatre on April 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
I loved watching Hank Aaron as he came into his own as I started to grow up and as I got older and experienced some racism myself when I went to college (at Winston Salem State) I certainly had a much deeper appreciation for what Jackie Robinson had done for all of us in every sportMore quotes »
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Miguel Cabrera vs Hank Aaron career comparison: Will Miguel retire as one of the greats?
other Major League Baseball greats just over a decade after he first laced them up for the Marlins? Look no further than Hank Aaron, aka Hammerin’ Hank. This graphic was shared by Baseball Tonight and it should put in perspective just how great of a career from Gamedayr.com Read more »
Suns Report: BayBears nip Suns
lost the first two games of a series for the first time this season, falling to the Mobile BayBears (18-19) on Monday at Hank Aaron Stadium. Hitting: The Suns managed just three hits in the defeat, with Daniel Pertusati’s triple the only extra-base hit. ... from Jacksonville.com Read more »
Main Transferred from Suns Disabled List to Jupiter
transactions that impact their Double-A affiliate Jacksonville Suns roster prior to tonight's game with the Mobile BayBears at Hank Aaron Stadium. Outfielder Michael Main has been transferred from the Jacksonville disabled list to the High-A Jupiter Hammerheads. from Our Sports Central Read more »
MLB's commitment to inclusion unwavering
the nearly incomprehensible. All these years later, both men still struggle with that part of it. When Bud Selig and Hank Aaron were done talking, a friendship that had begun years earlier and has stood the test of time and distance helped galvanize an unspoken from MLB.com Read more »
Today In Brewer History: The Hammer's last steal
beat the Atlanta Braves 3-1 at Wrigley Field. The Braves had just four hits in the game and their only run came from Hank Aaron, who reached on a fielder's choice, stole second and scored on Darrell Evans' single in the fourth inning. The steal was the 240th from Brew Crew Ball Read more »