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. 

My book Building the Brewers: Bud Selig and the Return of Major League Baseball to Milwaukee is available to be ordered on the McFarland website. 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.

6 thoughts on “Milwaukee Brewers History – Hank Aaron’s Final Game

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  5. Enjoyed the article. Correction for you though – Don Money was right. Robin Yount had not even been born when Hank Aaron made his Major League debut on April 13th, 1954. Young was born on September 16, 1955, nearly a year and a half AFTER Aaron’s debut with the Milwaukee Braves.


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