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All Time Right Fielder

Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron

1954 - 1976

3298 games, 755 home runs, .305 batting average

Pictured above is a young Henry Aaron with the Milwaukee Braves. Aaron holds more career Major League batting records than any other player in baseball history. Among his records: most career Runs Batted In (2,297); Most Extra-Base Hits (1,477); Most Total Bases (6,856); and Most Home Runs (755). Aaron also ranks second on the all-time list in at-bats (12,364) and runs (2,174, tied with Babe Ruth), third in games (3,298) and hits (3,771), ninth in doubles (624), 11th in singles (2,294) and tied for 14th in years of service (23).

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Manager Bobby Cox
First Baseman Joe Adcock
Second Baseman Felix Millan
Third Baseman Eddie Mathews
Shortstop Rabbit Maranville
Left Fielder Chipper Jones
Center Fielder Andruw, Jones
Right Fielder Hank Aaron
Catcher Del Crandall
RH Pitcher Greg Maddux
LH Pitcher Warren Spahn
Closer John Smoltz

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