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Latest Hank Aaron Items
The Say Hey Kid is as popular as ever.
Brandon Inge hit a game-winning homer, then seemed to speak for many big leaguers when it came to Barry Bonds, drugs and the verdict for baseball's home run king.
Just like the whole Steroid Era: We'll never really know.
Barry Bonds is going to have a longer wait for his verdict.
The Atlanta Braves are making Bobby Cox the first manager in franchise history to have his number retired.
A jury has been selected in the Barry Bonds perjury trial.
When Barry Bonds walked into the federal courthouse in San Francisco on Dec. 4, 2003, his career total stood at 658 home runs, baseball had yet to institute drug testing with penalties and the Giants were nearly a half-century removed from their last World Series title.
Hank Aaron sees hitters regaining superiority over pitchers this season, one that he suspects might end with a World Series between the Red Sox and Giants.
Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar got up from their seats on the dais, smiled and slipped on the cream-colored Hall of Fame jerseys they had been waiting to wear for years.