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    Hank Aaron Research Paper

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    Hank Aaron was a famous baseball player who was respectful to his teammates and his fans. His nickname was “Hammerin’ Hank”. At one time he led the league in the most home runs. He was born in a poor family and then grew up to be a great professional baseball player. He became one of the most admired baseball players in Major League history. He was born in Mobile, Alabama called “Down the Bay” on February 5, 1934. His real name was Henry Louis Aaron. He was the third of eight children. His mother’s

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    Hank Aaron Biography

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    Henry Louis Aaron (Hank) Aaron Date of Birth: February 5, 1934(the day before Babe Ruth turned 39). Birthplace: Mobile, Alabama, United States Date. Circumstances of Death: Living Early Life: The second of nine of Herbert and Estella Aaron’s , he weighed just 2 and 1/4 pounds at birth. Hank was a quiet boy who just had one or two friends in the neighborhood. When Hank was eight he saw his first major league game. After the game he knew he wanted to be a major league baseball

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    Pete Rose in the Hall of Fame To some, including myself, baseball is the greatest sport that has ever been played. It is a game played by two opposing teams made of multiple players, but only nine players per team play at the same time. To be part of one of the thirty teams that get to play professional baseball, a player has to play the game extremely well (www.baseballhalloffame.com). When a player plays the game better than most have played he gets rewarded, usually with lots of money in a

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    Baseball in America

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    Baseball in America is about as common as Cricket is to Indian Nations. Baseball was played and was also participated by everyone. People played it everywhere from large cities to even small towns. Children and even adults were playing. The game of baseball was invented between 1861 and 1865 which was before the American Civil War. Many of the people that know of the game of baseball reference as the “National Past Time”. Many people played baseball or even played the cousin sport called softball

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    Pete Rose Scandal Pete Rose is arguably one of the best baseball players to ever to play the game. Unfortunately he was also a part of gambling on the sport which currently prevents him from being in the hall of fame. Even 25 years later this is still one of the most controversial subjects talked about in baseball today. Even though Rose holds the record for most hits in baseball history, with all the evidence and controversy his ticket to the hall of fame may never be punched. Pete Rose was one

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    Sport Enhancing Drugs

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    Sports in the 20th century are one of the most watched things on television. Every kid wants to grow up and be the next Derek Jeter, Usain Bolt, or even LeBron James. Sports keeps everyone thrilled and in shape, in sports people may not get along because, ethnicity or the level of talent another person has. This is why performance enhancing drugs have been the most talked about topic for decades. In many situations people are peer pressured, or in need of a certain high to get through their problems

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    Pete Rose

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    Peter Edward Rose was born in Cincinnati in 1941. He said that when he was growing up he rooted for the Cincinnati Reds just like every other kid in the area. In the summertime of most of his childhood years he played baseball constantly. He also played in high school, however he thinks that he was a better football player than a baseball player in school. He said that he liked to play football more because many people would attend the games, and not many showed up for baseball. "You could throw

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    Henry Louis Aaron

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    Everybody knows that Henry Aaron holds the record for the most career homeruns. But most of them probably do not know that he also holds the record for the most career Runs Batted In (RBIs) with 2297. The reason is that this record is not as glamorous. Well, not everything about Hank Aaron was glamorous. He had to overcome great odds and work very hard to get where he is today. Henry Louis Aaron was born on February 5, 1934. Ironically, Aaron was born one day before Babe Ruth’s birthday. This was

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    It's Time for Students to Read the New Classic Literature Hank Aaron does not get to forever retain his title of "American baseball's all-time champion home-run hitter" simply because he was the first baseball player to hit 755 balls out of the park (Hank Aaron, 1). Instead, this record remains a goal for all aspiring players of the game. Neither George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, nor John F. Kennedy have a corner on the presidential market because they are considered among the best to have

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    Summit for hire?

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    basketball coach." In a purely statistical sense, she does. But comparing the women's and men's games is like comparing, well, women and men. They're completely different. Sadaharu Oh hit more home runs than Hank Aaron, but nobody would say the two men are comparable, since Oh played in Japan, and Aaron played in the U.S. John Gagliardi won more football games than Bobby Bowden. Again, a difference: Gagliardi coached in Division III, while Bowden spent most of his time in the I-A rank. And Summit has more

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