Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

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1.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Hank Aaron’s 755h home run ball was sold in 1996 for $650,000 Michael Jordan’s 1985 Air Jordans — $560,000 The Steve Bartman ball — $106,000 Barry Bonds 756th home run ball — $752,467 Barry …

2.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Aaron joined Major League Baseball team the Milwaukee Braves in 1954. According to Biography, it was 20 years later, after the Braves had relocated to Atlanta in 1966 (per the MLB website) that he hit his 715th home run, shattering Babe Ruth’s record of 714, to the delight of many long-suffering Boston Red Sox fans, as Baseball Reference tells it. . After Aaron’s 20th season with the Braves …

3.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Hank Aaron, who faced down racism as he eclipsed Babe Ruth as baseball’s home run king, hitting 755 homers and holding the most celebrated record in sports for more than 30 years, has died.He …

4.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Hank Aaron, baseball’s one-time home run king, dies at 86 FILE – Hall of Famer Hank Aaron waves to the crowd during Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in Cooperstown, N.Y., in this …

5.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

AP Show More Show Less 19 of 20 Krystal Dixon takes a photo in front of Hank Aaron’s home run wall, left from when Atlanta’s Fulton County Stadium was demolished, where Aaron hit his 715th home …

6.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Enjoy unlimited articles at one of our lowest prices ever. … The plaque marks the landing spot of Aaron’s 755th career home run. … A jubilant Hank Aaron holds aloft the ball he hit for his …

7.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

A jubilant Hank Aaron holds aloft the ball he hit for his 715th career home run Monday night, April 8, 1974, in Atlanta Stadium against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

8.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron, the Baseball Hall of Famer who broke Babe Ruth’s all-time home run record and lived a life as an ambassador to the game, has died. He was 86. Aaron’s former team, the …

9.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Baseball hall of famer Hank Aaron smiles as he speaks at a ceremony where a commemorative plaque was unveiled Thursday, June 7, 2007, in the parking lot of Miller Park in Milwaukee. The plaque marks the landing spot of Aaron’s 755th career home run. (AP Photo/Morry Gash) Morry Gash

10.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

“We believe that the Hank Aaron baseball from home run No. 755 is still worth in the neighborhood of $500,000-$600,000 based on the record being held as a “non-tainted” baseball,” Kohler said. “We believe that the 755 home run ball from Bonds will be worth around $100,000 and the record 756 ball will be approximately $400,000-$500,000.

Owner of Aaron’s 755th HR ball keeping low profile

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1.Whatever Happened To Hank Aaron’s 755th Home Run Ball?

Milwaukee Brewers groundskeeper and baseball fan Richard Arndt was the lucky grabber of Aaron’s historic hit (though he had no idea then that it was historic).

Published Date: 2021-01-22T21:02:00.0000000Z

2.Hank Aaron, Hall of Famer and former home run king, dies at 86

Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron, the Baseball Hall of Famer who broke Babe Ruth’s all-time home run record and lived a life as an ambassador to the game, has died. He was 86. Aaron’s former team, the Atlanta Braves,

Published Date: 2021-01-22T16:21:00.0000000Z

1  What Happened to Hank Aaron’s 755th?
Back in 1993 or ’94 I was freelancing for ESPN 2 (“The Deuce”) and they wanted a story on the whereabouts of Hank Aaron’s final home run. Apparently, they were shrouded in mystery. So I went to two different states to bring it to light, as any good detective/feature reporter would.
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