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Remembering baseball legend Hank Aaron, who died at 86

Baseball icon Hank Aaron had an astounding career, breaking Babe Ruth’s home run record all while facing racist taunts and death threats amid the civil rights movement. At 86 years old, Aaron died on Friday in Atlanta. #LifeWellLived

1/24/2021 5:15:00 PM

Baseball icon Hank Aaron had an astounding career, breaking Babe Ruth’s home run record all while facing racist taunts and death threats amid the civil rights movement. At 86 years old, Aaron died on Friday in Atlanta. LifeWellLived

Hank Aaron, who broke Babe Ruth’s home run record in 1974 while facing racist taunts and death threats, has died at age 86. His sports career includes 25 All-Star Games, a World Series title, an MVP award, 755 homeruns, 3,771 hits and an induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist remembers a life well lived.

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How come you only remember bad things is it to make news kayangrum How did he die ? 😢 May he RIP and let’s not forget he got the COVID vaccine on January 6th.