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Subject: Hank Aaron's death comes just one MONTH after MLB (Major League Baseball) announced that it was classifying the seven "Negro Major Leagues" as major leagues in its inclusion, finally recognizing statistics and approximately 3,400 players who played from 1920 to 1948! ...


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In Winter 1951, Aaron began his career w/the Negroe Leagues, but 6 months later, he signed with the Braves.
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Date Posted: Friday, January 22, 08:39:43am
In reply to: Sharon - 2021 sucks 's message, "Hank Aaron dead at 86" on Friday, January 22, 07:43:51am

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https://www.mlb.com/press-release/press-release-mlb-officially-designates-the-negro-leagues-as-major-league

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AMAZING record...Aaron hit .305/.374/.555 (155 OPS+) with 624 doubles, 755 home runs, 2,297 RBI, 2,174 runs, 3,771 hits and 240 stolen bases. He retired as the all-time home run leader and held the record for decades. He's still the all-time leader in RBI and total bases. (NT)He also holds the record for the most All-Star games at 25 and the most seasons as an All-Star at 21 (for a stretch, MLB held two All-Star games per year).Friday, January 22, 10:12:03am


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