Played 23 seasons and is known today as one of the most versatile baseball players of all time. In 1954 he started his MLB career and over the years played for the Milwaukee and the Atlanta Braves. Hank ended his career in 1976. The card above is worth about 200$
Batting Average: .305 Home runs: 755 Hits: 3,771 RBI: 1,297
Baseball Hall of Fame Induction: 1982
25x All-Star, Word Series champion 1957, 3x Gold Glove Award winner, 2x NL batting title, 4x NL home run champion, 1957 NL MVP, 1970 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award, Atlanta Braves #44 retired, Milwaukee Brewers #44 retired, Major League Baseball All- Century Team.
During his illustrious career his greatest accomplishment came when he broke Babe Ruth’s all time home run record. Through 1955-1975 he made the All-Star team every year, demonstrating a knack for consistency.
Presently Aaron is still the owner of many records:
Most career runs batted in 2, 297, career base hits 1,477 career hits 3,771 1 of 4 players to have at least 17 seasons with 150 hits, 2nd in all time home runs with 744 and 3rd in all time games played with 3,298