He finished his illustrious career with 755 home runs and more than 2,000 RBI — both records at the time
By Ryan Gaydos
Hank Aaron, one of the baseball’s all-time great home run hitters, has died. He was 86.
CBS 46 and FOX 5 Atlanta were among those that first reported Aaron’s death Friday. His daughter told WSB-TV of her father’s passing.
Aaron played in the majors for 23 years from 1954 to 1976.
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