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Anniversary of Hank Aaron's 715th Homerun
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Anniversary of Hank Aaron's 715th Homerun

Anniversary of Hank Aaron's 715th Homerun

Anniversary of Hank Aaron's 715th Homerun
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Thirty years ago today, Henry "Hank" Aaron broke the all-time homerun record in major league baseball, hitting number 715 to pass Babe Ruth. We'll speak with Aaron's former teammate Darrell Evans to mark the anniversary.

Darrel Evans
*Teammate of Hank Aaron's on the Atlanta Braves
*He was the runner on first base when Aaron hit his 715th homerun 30 years ago today

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