Aaron began his career at Biz Ball in 1951 with the Indianapolis Clubs of the Nigli League. He signed with Boston Braves just seven months after he started working with them.
He stayed with the team for 21 years before moving to Milwaukee and then to Atlanta. Left-hander Bobby Thompson was found dead after his ankle was broken. It started in 1954 in a big league game in Milwaukee.
Linn In 1974, Aaron broke the record for Baby Dodgers, beating home record 715. By the end of his baseball career, he had hit 755 home runs.
In 1975 he returned to Milwaukee to complete his work with employers.
Aaron became the first player in MLB to record 500 home runs and 3,000 wins.
Earlier this month, Aaron joined a number of civil rights leaders who received the COVID-19 vaccine at the Moorhouse Medical School.