Milwaukee Brewers History – Hank Aaron’s Final Game

Hank Aaron played his final major league baseball game on Sunday, October 3, 1976. At age 42 and after 23 years of baseball, Aaron held 11 major league records.  His career had come full circle as the home run king ended up in Milwaukee where he started out back in 1954 in a Braves uniform.  While some things remained the same with Hammerin’ Hank, much had changed in his final seasons.

A portion of the blog post here previously may be published as content in my Milwaukee Brewers historical book. For this reason the post has been taken down. This page remains in place so links posted to here on various social media sites remain active.

Details on the book publisher and a release date will be posted here in 2017. Thank you for your patience!

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So long everybody!

So long everybody!

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