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Milwaukee Brewers' Hank Aaron is shown during a game in Texas at Arlington Stadium, Aug. 25, 1976. The Brewers defeated the Rangers, 5-1. (AP Photo)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Milwaukee Brewers' outfielder Hank Aaron is seen in 1975. (AP Photo)Photo by: Anonymous/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron waves to fans before a baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds Friday, June 13, 2014, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash) Photo by: Morry Gash/AP
Bud Selig
Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig greets Hank Aaron at a ceremony to unveil a statue of Selig outside Miller Park Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010, in Milwaukee. Selig is the former owner of the Milwaukee Brewers. (AP Photo/Morry Gash) Photo by: Morry Gash/AP
Hank Aaron
Baseball hall of famer Hank Aaron speaks at a ceremony where a commemorative plaque was unveiled Thursday, June 7, 2007, in the parking lot of Miller Park in Milwaukee. The plaque marks the landing spot of Aaron's 755th career home run. With Aaron are Milwaukee Brewers executive vice president Rick Schlesinger, left, and Dr. Alan Horowitz. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)Photo by: Morry Gash/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron      Brewers
Home run king Hank Aaron smashes ball over center field fence and then trots around the bases at night on Tuesday, June 13, 1975 in Milwaukee as he hits his first home run at Milwaukee since joing the Brewers. Aaron hit a pitch by Oakland A?s Vida Blue and helped the Brewers win 9-7. (AP Photo)Photo by: Anonymous/ASSOCIATED PRESS
BREWERS TIGERS AARON RBI KING
Baseball fans display a huge banner proclaiming Hank Aaron as the RBI King at the Milwaukee Brewers-Detroit Tigers game in Milwaukee, Wis., Wednesday night, May 1, 1975. Brewers' Aaron, tied with Ruth's runs-batted-in record of 2,209, needs one more RBI to be the "RBI King." (AP Photo)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron
Home run king Hank Aaron beams as he holds a Brewer baseball jersey up to his chest in Milwaukee, Nov. 14, 1974 to show persons attending news conference how it will look. Aaron and the Milwaukee team announced that a two-year contract had been signed. Aaron will play in the designated hitter position most of the time. (AP Photo)Photo by: Anonymous/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews, Joe Adcock
A trio of heavy hitting Milwaukee Braves shown before taking a workout at Yankee Stadium of opening game of the World Series against New York Yankees in New York on Oct. 1, 1957. From left to right are: outfielder Henry Aaron, third baseman Eddie Mathews and first baseman Joe Adcock. (AP Photo)Photo by: Anonymous/AP
Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves' outfielder, is shown in a posed batting portrait at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, during the exhibition season, 1954. (AP Photo)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron, Henry Aaron, Tony Gonzalez, Rico Carty
Atlanta Braves' Hank Aaron is greeted at the plate by teammates Tony Gonzalez (43) and Rico Carty (25) after hitting a two-run homer in the first inning during the third National League playoff game with the New York Mets in New York's Shea Stadium, Oct. 6, 1969. Gonzalez scored ahead of Aaron. (AP Photo)Photo by: AP
World Series Nationals Astros Baseball
Hank Aaron is flanked by MLB Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr., right, and Milwaukee Brewers Christian Yellich before Game 2 of the baseball World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019, in Houston. Yellich is the 2019 recipient of the Hank Aaron Award. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)Photo by: David J. Phillip/AP
World Series Nationals Astros Baseball
Hank Aaron is helped on the field before Game 2 of the baseball World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)Photo by: David J. Phillip/AP
World Series Nationals Astros Baseball
Hank Aaron is flanked by Joe Torre, left, and Milwaukee Brewers Christian Yellich before Game 2 of the baseball World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019, in Houston. Yellich is the 2019 recipient of the Hank Aaron Award. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)Photo by: Matt Slocum/AP
World Series Nationals Astros Baseball
Hank Aaron is flanked by Joe Torre, left, and Milwaukee Brewers Christian Yellich before Game 2 of the baseball World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019, in Houston. Yellich is the 2019 recipient of the Hank Aaron Award. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)Photo by: Matt Slocum/AP
White Sox Brewers Baseball
Cutouts are seen near the Bob Uecker seats in the upper deck at Miller Park before a baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago White Sox Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, in Milwaukee. At right are Bud Selig and Hank Aaron. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)Photo by: Morry Gash/AP
Opening Day Memories Baseball
FILE - In this April 4, 1997, file photo, former Atlanta Braves great Hank Aaron looks on as pitcher Tom Glavine places down home plate from Atlanta Fulton County Stadium on top of the plate at Turner Field before the Braves opened their new home against the Chicago Cub in Atlanta. To baseball fans, opening day is an annual rite of spring that evokes great anticipation and warm memories. This year's season was scheduled to begin Thursday, March 26, 2020, but there will be no games for a while because of the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)Photo by: JOHN BAZEMORE/AP
Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Bill Bartholomay
FILE - In this May 17, 1970, file photo, Atlanta Braves' Hank Aaron, center, who became the ninth player in Major League history to get 3,000 hits, kisses a baseball alongside Famer Stan Musial and Braves owner Bill Bartholomay, in Cincinnati. Bartholomay, the former Braves owner who moved the team from Milwaukee to Atlanta in 1966, died Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, according to his daughter, Jamie. He was 91. Bartholomay sold the Braves to Ted Turner in 1976 but remained as chairman of the team's board of directors until 2003, when he assumed an emeritus role. (AP Photo/Gene Smith, File)Photo by: Gene Smith/AP
Virus Outbreak Georgia Vaccine
Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron waits to receive his COVID-19 vaccination on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. Aaron and others received their vaccinations in an effort to highlight the importance of getting vaccinated for Black Americans who might be hesitant to do so. (AP Photo/Ron Harris)Photo by: Ron Harris/AP
Hank Aaron, Norman Klug
Henry Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves, the National League’s most valuable player of 1957, received a champagne bucket at a luncheon in his honor in Milwaukee on Nov. 25, 1957. Making the presentation is Norman R. Klug, president of the Miller Brewing Co., Aaron’s off-season employer. The presentation was made in recognition of Aaron’s MVP award. (AP Photo/DVN)Photo by: DVN/ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Atlanta Braves outfielder Hank Aaron swings a bat at home plate during spring training in March 1974. (AP Photo)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron
Brewers’ Hank Aaron swings and hits single in American League opener against the Yankees on Saturday, April 9, 1976 at Milwaukee. This single drove in Brewers’ first two runs and a later Aaron single scored his third RBI of the day as Brewers won, 500. Aaron now has a RBI career total of 2,265. (AP Photo)Photo by: Paul Shane/ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Baseball player Hank Aaron waves to the crowd as grand marshal of the 1975 Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena, Ca., Jan. 1, 1975. Riding with him in the open car is his wife, Billye. (AP Photo)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hank Aaron
Home run king Hank Aaron beams as he was attending news conference in Milwaukee, Wis. Aaron and the Milwaukee Brewer team announced that a two-year contract had been signed. Aaron will play in the designated hitter position most of the time it was announced on Nov. 14, 1974 in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Paul Shane)Photo by: Paul Shane/AP
Virus Outbreak Georgia Vaccine
Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron prepares to receive his COVID-19 vaccination on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. Aaron and others received their vaccinations in an effort to highlight the importance of getting vaccinated for Black Americans who might be hesitant to do so. (AP Photo/Ron Harris)Photo by: Ron Harris/AP