Hank Aaron made his Major League debut on April 13, 1954. He played his final Game on October 3, 1976.
Hank Aaron played in his 3298th and last major league game on October 3, 1976. He hit an RBI single in his final at-bat.
Hank Aaron hit 3 home runs in a game in 1959.
Hank Aaron was the last Negro League player to have a regular position in the Major League. Minnie Minoso was the last to actually play in a MLB game. (Two games for the White Sox in 1980.)
Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, and Willie Mays all made 24 appearances in the Midsummer Classic
Aaron hit the first of his 755 home runs on April 15, 1954, two days after his major-league debut. He hit the homer off St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Vic Raschi, who earlier in the game yielded Aaron's first-ever hit, a single.
Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, and Stan Musial hold the record for All-Star game appearences with 24.
Hank Aaron debuted on April 13, 1954 and played his final game on October 3, 1976.
Yes, Hank Aaron who appeared in 24 All-Star Games for the National League and 1 for the American League.
Hank Aaron hit home run number 714 in his 2,965th career game.
Aaron's first MLB game was April 13, 1954 for the Milwaukee Braves against the Cincinnati Reds. He played left field, batted 5th in the lineup, and went 0 for 5.