Hall of Famer outfielder Hank Aaron has passed away at the age of 86 according to multiple reports.
BREAKING NEWS: Hall of Famer and one-time home run king Atlanta Braves legend Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron passed away this morning at the age of 86. https://t.co/v72XAnGpmY
— CBS46 (@cbs46) January 22, 2021
Aaron played 23 seasons for the Braves and Brewers. He famously was the home run king with 755 career bombs, before the record was surpassed by Barry Bonds. In his long career, Aaron batted .305 with 755 home runs and 2,297 RBIs. He still holds the record for most RBIs and total bases in his career.
His other accolades include a World Series Championship and an MVP award in 1957. He also has two batting titles and three Gold Gloves. Aaron was a 25-time All-Star (MLB used to have two all-star games per year).
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