Baseball legend and Hall of Famer Hank Aaron died Friday at the age of 86. And since then, the tributes honoring Aaron — who endured an onslaught of racism during his record-breaking career — have been abundant, celebrating him both on and off the field. Especially in Atlanta.
After spending most of his Major League career with the Atlanta Braves organization, his iconic No. 44 had, of course, already been retired.
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