Henry Aaron

Photographed March 20, 2015
Erected 2001 by the Milwaukee Brewers
Miller Park, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43° 1.762′ N, 87° 58.314′ W
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Milwaukee Braces 1954-65 Milwaukee Brewers 1975-76
Baseball's all-time home run king with 755 career home runs
Major League leader in total bases, extra base hits and runs batted in
Began his 23-year career with the Milwaukee Braves in 1954
Led the Braves to the World Championship in 1957
National League "Most Valuable Player" in 1957
Hit 40 or more home runs in a season 8 times
Won a pair of batting titles and was a 3-time gold glove outfielder
24-time all star
Ninth player to collect 3,000 career hits
Hit 755th home run at County Stadium as a Milwaukee Brewer
Finished his career with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1976
"The Hank Aaron Award" presented to the best hitter in baseball
The Braves and Brewers retired his uniform number 44
Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1982

Playing Career 23 years
AVG .305 • G 3,298 • AB 12,364 • R 2,174 • H 3,771 • 2B 624
3B 98 • HR 755 • RBI 2,297 • BB 1,402 • SO 1,383 • SB 240

The statue and marker are located at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers and accessible from westbound Brewers Way, between Frederick Miller Way / Parkway Drive (to the west) and Selig Drive (to the east), at 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53214.

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