Hank Aaron first played for the Indianapolis Clowns. His first Major League team was the Milwaukee Braves. His rookie season was in 1954. Aaron holds many records, such as career home runs (755), games played (3,298), 20 or more home runs 20 consecutive seasons, at least 30 in 15 seasons, and 40 or more eight times, at bats (12,364), long hits (1,477), total bases (6,856), and RBIs (2,297)!
Career totals AB G H 2B 3B HR R RBI BB SO SB BA SA
Hank Aaron 12,364 3,298 3,771 624 98 755 2,174 2,297 1,402 1,383 240 0.305 0.559
You may not know what these terms mean. These are the definitions: AB - at bats, G - games, H - hits, 2B - doubles, 3B - triples, HR - home runs, R - runs, RBI - runs batted in, BB - bases on balls, SO - strikeouts, SB - stolen bases, BA - batting average and SA -slugging average. Hank was chosen as the Bravesí Most Valuable Player in 1955. In 1957, he helped the Braves win 9 of their first 10 games by batting near .400! Plus, by May, he had already hit 12 home runs! By the end of the year, he had 44 home runs, 132 RBIs, 118 runs scored, and 369 total bases.