Hank Aaron made his Major league debut on April 13, 1954 with the Milwaukee Braves.
Hank Aaron's first Major League team was the 1954 Milwaukee Braves.
Hank Aaron played with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves from 1954-1974, and the Milwaukee Brewers in 1975, and 1976.
Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers
Aaron played for the Braves franchise, first in Milwaukee (1954-1965) and then in Atlanta (1966-1974). He ended his career with the Milwaukee Brewers, which was an American League team at the time (1975-1976).
Hank Aaron played 21 years for the National League team Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves from 1954-1974. The last two years of his career (1975 & 1976) he played with the American League team Milwaukee Brewers when he retired.
Hank Aaron was signed by the Braves in June, 1952. He had been playing with the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro Leagues when the Braves signed him. His first team in MLB was the Braves and he played with the Braves for 21 seasons.
Hank Aaron played 21 seasons with the National League, Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves, and 2 seasons with the American League, Milwaukee Brewers.
Hank Aaron never played against the Milwaukee Braves. He played for the Milwaukee Braves before the team moved to Atlanta. He finished his career as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers
One of the first black baseball teams was the Indianapolis Clowns. Hank Aaron began his baseball career in that Negro League team.
Henry "Hank" Aaron played as a member of the Braves franchise from 1954-1974. He debuted as a member of the Milwaukee Braves on April 13, 1954 and played for the team from 1954-1965, and as a member of the Atlanta Braves from 1966-1974.
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.
Hank Aaron never attended college. During his junior year of high school, he joined a negro baseball league team.
In 1954 Hank Aaron hit his first career home run as a Milwaukee Brave off St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Vic Raschi. Oakland did not have a team in 1954.
The Atlanta Braves.
The Atlanta Braves Sorry, Hank Aaron ended his career with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1975.
Hank Aaron was a member of the Atlanta Braves when he broke Babe Ruth's home run record on April 8, 1974.
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Aaron played in Jacksonville for the 1953 season. He batted .362 with 208 hits and 125 RBIs and he was named MVP of the South Atlantic League. That was his final season in the minor leagues.
Babe Ruth is a very famous baseball player. The team he mainly played for is the New York Yankees. He had hit 714 home runs in his career. Only Hank Aaron broke his Babe's record. Hank Aaron had hit 755 home runs in his career.