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Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron became the third player to join the 600 home run club when he connected against San Francisco Giants pitcher Gaylord Perry on April 27, 1971. Aaron went on to pass Babe Ruth on the all-time home run list (pictured) and finished his 22-year career with 755 home runs, currently second to Barry Bonds.
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