Hank Aaron 1954 Topps Rookie Card BVG 6=Excellent/Mint

Call him Hank, Hammer, Hammerin' Hank or Bad Henry, Henry Aaron was and will always be the best. You can't fake talent like his.

On March 13, 1954, Milwaukee Braves left fielder Bobby Thomson broke his ankle while sliding into second base during a spring training game. The next day, Aaron made his first spring training start for the Braves' major league team, playing in left field and hitting a home run. By his last game On October 3, 1976 he had hit 755 home runs. While that record has recently been topped, this Hall-of-Famer is still the only player to hit at least 30 home runs in 15 seasons, the only player to hit at least 20 home runs in 20 seasons, and he holds MLB record for most consecutive seasons with 150 or more hits. Aaron holds the MLB records for the most career runs batted in (2,297), the most career extra base hits (1,477), and the most career total bases (6,856). He is also in the top five for career hits and runs.

This is an original Hank Aaron trading card. Own this piece of history.

· 1954 Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves rookie card

· Topps trading card number 128

· Graded by Beckett Vintage Grading

· 6 = Excellent/Mint

· serial number is 0004796923

· Razor sharp corners, clean edges

· Bold bright colors

· Clean surfaces, front
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