Hank Aaron's 755 Home Runs

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Hank Aaron Home Runs : Etcetera


Every
one of Hank Aaron's seven-hundred fifty-five career home runs are accounted for in the Hank Aaron Home Runs year-by-year breakdown menu. However, the slugger did have a few other non-regular season home runs which are accounted for in the chart below.

All-Star Game Home Runs

 

Date / Box

HR

Pitcher

Inning; Bases
Location

07/13/1971

1

Vida Blue

Top 3; 2 outs; Bases Empty
Tiger Stadium

07/25/1972

2

Gaylord Perry

Btm 6; 2 outs; Runner on 2nd
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium

       

League Championship Home Runs

 

Date / Box

HR

Pitcher

Inning; Bases
Location

10/04/1969

1

Tom Seaver

Btm 7; 1 out; Bases Empty
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium

10/05/1969

2

Jerry Koosman

Btm 5; 2 outs; Runners 1st & 2nd
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium

10/06/1969

3

Gary Gentry

Top 1; 1 out; Runner on 1st
Shea Stadium

 

 

 

 

World Series Home Runs

       

Date / Box

HR

Pitcher

Inning; Bases
Location

10/05/1957

1

Don Larsen

Btm 5; 1 out; Runner on 1st
County Stadium

10/06/1957

2

Tom Sturdivant

Btm 4; 0 outs; Runners 2nd & 3rd
County Stadium

10/09/1957

3

Bob Turley

Top 7; 0 outs; Bases Empty
Yankee Stadium

 

Did You Know Hank Aaron...


... hit and lost one regular season home run when he hit a Curt Simmons pitch on to the top of the pavilion roof at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on August 18, 1965; however, umpire Chris Pelekoudas called Aaron out for being of the batter's box when he went deep?

 

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