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When did hank Aaron retire from baseball

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He retired in 1976 ! One of the greatest ball players of all time !

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jsm36
I was just gonna post that. Maya could have googled it as easily as I did. I knew it was mid 70s
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I can't figure out why they ask these questions that are on Google and then don't bother to vote !
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I have been reading some of the most ridiculous questions imaginable. IDK if it is just pure laziness or honest dumbness !
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Hey Duke.. I was at the high school baseball question.. You watch much proball?
I spend most of my time at high school and minor league games..
Saw Hank tie the record in Cincinnati
He was a great player.. nothing like what you see today
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blades no way!!! I was there too!!! Hit it off Jack Billingham-
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Yep...Cool!
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I answered this question posting that very event! lol I'll be damned!
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Were you a cincy fan?
I saw so many games there at river front stadium...that was the best time in baseball... I'm glad I was there.. in that era that is..
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Saw in your profile Ohio.. great sports state.. at least back then.. haven't lived in the state for many years..
Reds, Browns, Bengals and Buckeyes
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Still am a Reds fan! I live about hour north up I-75. I go to 5-6 games a year and listen to Marty every other game. GABP is great, so was Riverfront. Reds are gonna win it all this year!
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that's awesome.. I was in the new stadium the first year... great ballpark!
So you've seen all the great games too!
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Marty and Joe.. man I loved listening to them on wsls wasn't it?
man that's deep in the memory bank
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No I think that's the Chicago station isn't it?.. wow I still listen to am radio
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WLS is Chicago
Can't remember the Cincinnati station.. 880am... its on all my radios
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I remember The Big Red Machine ! A great Team !!!! Oakland A's fan mostly and like the Giants OK . The Reds haven't had that greatness since The Big Red Machine ! Should be a good year ! A's vs Reds World Series ! Now I'm going to the other computer for some poker . Have fun , guys.
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Later Duke
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What does someone do with 20,000 baseball cards, with some of them in unopened packets and boxed sets that are about 25-30 years old? I just put them high up in my closet. They say don't open unopened ones, but how is anyone supposed to know what's in them if you can't open them??? I don't get it.
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Cool your a baseball fan!
I do too..I have them I storage in my parents/family home
its nice knowing they are there but ever since often I want to open them 8)
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So you keep them from yourself?
some of mine are over 40 years old
and I know there are some great cards in there
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"science" project???

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Got me wondering too-
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You "found" blades; I think that's cool.!
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Hank Aaron retired from baseball in 1976. At the time of his retirement, he was playing for Milwaukee Brewers. His number was 44 at the time of retirement. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Are you a computer?
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Tied the record of Babe Ruth 714
off Jack Billingham
April 4 1974 Cincinnati
Hit over left field wall
You had to be there!

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I think I have a Hank Aaron card or two. See under Mr. waynes answer.
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1976. He played 23 seasons.

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In 1976

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