Henry “Hank” Louis Aaron (the Hammer or Hammerin’ Hank) played the outfield for 21 years with the Milwaukee then Atlanta Braves of the National League before finishing his career (2 years) where he started, in Milwaukee, which had since switched to become an American League city. He is considered the all-time home run king (steroid free) of the Major Leagues, having hit a total of 755. Hank hit 24 or more home runs a year from 1955 – 1973. He was the N.L. MVP in 1957 and a 21-time All-Star. He also was a 2-time N.L. batting champion and 4 -times he led the League in home runs. He led both Leagues in career RBI’s with 2,297. His uniform number (#44) was retired by both the Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers. Hank Aaron was inducted into baseball’s Hall Of Fame in 1982. He was voted to the All-Century Team in 1999.