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Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York

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Hank Aaron
On April 8, 1974, facing LA Dodgers’ pitcher Al Downing in Atlanta, Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron recorded his 715th career home run, breaking the all-time record held by Babe Ruth. Aaron had a major league career that spanned 23 seasons from 1954-1976. He is the only player to hit at least 30 home runs in 15 different seasons, and he currently holds the all-time career RBI mark of 2,297. Aaron made every all-star team from 1955-1975, and was the 1957 National League’s Most Valuable Player, the only year in which he won the World Series. That season he hit 44 Home Runs, 132 RBIs, scored 118 Runs, and averaged .322
The Story of the 1965 - 1966 NBA Season
Connie Hawkins playing in high school at Boys High in New York
Remembering Tiger Stadium and some classic games played there
Cyberdunk: The story of Connie Hawkins
Remembering Don Drysdale
Don Drysdale won 25 games and the Cy Young Award in 1962 and, in 1968, set a record with 58.2 consecutive scoreless innings. During the streak, he pitched 6 consecutive complete game shutouts.

Fierce Competitors

Arnold

Bill Russell

Coach Bear Bryant

Ed "Too Tall" Jones

Jack Lambert

Arnold

Bill Russell

Coach Bear Bryant

Ed "Too Tall" Jones

Jack Lambert

Game of the Day
1976 NBA Finals G5 - Suns at Celtics (3OT)

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