Aaron played 2 season for the Brewers, 1975 and 1976.
No, he did not. Hank Aaron played for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers.
No, he did not. Hank Aaron played for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers during his career.
The Atlanta/Milwaukee Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers
Hank Aaron played with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves from 1954-1974, and the Milwaukee Brewers in 1975, and 1976.
Lary Aaron, son of Hank Aaron, is a professional baseball scout for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Hank Aaron played from April 13, 1954 (with the Milwaukee Braves, later the Atlanta Braves) to October 3, 1976 (with the Milwaukee Brewers).
Hank Aaron retired in 1976 as a Milwaukee Brewer, though both the Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers retired his #44 jersey.
The Brewers did not trade for Hank Aaron. Aaron was released by the Atlanta Braves following the 1974 season and was signed as a free agent by Milwaukee.
He played for the Milwaukee Brewers He only played a couple of seasons with the Brewers between stints with the Braves. He played with the Braves when they were in Milwaukee before the Brewers existed. He later played again with the Braves after they had moved to Atlanta.
Hank Aaron made his Major League debut with the Milwaukee Braves on April 13, 1954, and ended his career in 1976 with the Milwaukee Brewers.