Height: 6’1” / 185 cm
Weight: 180 lbs / 82 kg
Hair Color: Gray
Eye Color: Black
The average baseball player makes about 250 home runs during the years of his career. Hank Aaron is a unique player, who made 755 home runs. He set a number of other records too. An athlete, who debuted as the Negro Leagues player, soon managed to become an honored Major League participant. In 1982 he got a star at Baseball Hall of Fame. Hank Aaron’s name is known to each baseball fan. Till now he is considered as the best player of all times.
Hank came into this world as the third one of eight Herbert and Estella Aaron’s children. His parents were not rich, but hardworking. His father made his fortune as a tavern owner, and soon Aaron family got an opportunity to move to a more prestigious region of his city.
Hank was interested in sports much more than in school lessons. He was great in baseball and football, but in his teen years he concentrated on baseball as the school, which he visited, had a special baseball program.
Hank Aaron started his career as Milwaukee Braves (now Atlanta Braves) player. The debutant was titled as Northern League Rookie of the Year and it gave him an opportunity to move forward.
Aaron reached his peak as Atlanta Braves right fielder. Till now some of his records are not broken. The stellar player retired in 1976 after 20 years of super successful career. He serves as Atlanta Braves vice president nowadays.
Name: Henry Louis Aaron
Nickname: Hank; Hammer
Date of Birth: February 5, 1934
Place of Birth: Mobile, Alabama, USA
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
Education: Central High School, Josephine Allen Institute
He is married.
Wife: Billye Aaron (since 1973)
He was previously married to:
Barbara Lucas (1953-1971)
1) Gaile Aaron (born in 1954 with Barbara Lucas)
2) Hank Aaron, Jr (born in March, 1957 with Barbara Lucas)
3) Lary Aaron (twin, born in December, 1957 with Barbara Lucas)
4) Gary Aaron (twin, born in December, 1957 with Barbara Lucas)
5) Dorinda Aaron (born in 1962)
6) Ceci Aaron (born in 1972 with Billye Williams)
Awards and Honors:
1) All-Star player in 1955-1957
2) A star in Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982
…and many others