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Affectionately referred to as the “Hammer”, Hank Aaron is also well-known for being a retired right fielder for the Atlanta Braves as well as the Milwaukee Brewers in the Major League Baseball (MLB). He’s surfaced as one of the most accomplished athletes in the majors, in which his feats include setting MLB records such as 6,856 total bases, 2,297 runs batted in, 1,477 extra-base hits and 17 straight seasons 150 or more hits. To extend your unyielding passion for the Hammer, why don’t you capture this exceptional moment to shop our magnificent Hank Aaron autographed baseballs and popular Hank Aaron autographed jerseys?
A 25-time All-Star selection, Hammer also had an incredible baseball career back in 1957 as he was an element of the winning World Series championship squad. Moreso, he’s bagged three Gold Glove awards and the 1970 Lou Gehrig Memorial award. With the overwhelming conquests of your beloved idol, make it known to everyone your love for him by securing our fabulous and in-demand Milwaukee Brewers autographed entertainment photos. You’d really have fun tracing his outstanding moments in the league with such incredible merchandise.
Hammer has also been acknowledged for four occasions as the National League home run champion at the same time runs batted in (RBI) champion. Furthermore, he’s been crowned twice as the batting champion in 1956 and 1959, and seized plenty other accolades.