Take your baseball memorabilia collection to the next level with this Hank Aaron autographed Louisville Sluggers game model bat. Whether displayed in your home or office, there's no better way to commemorate one of the greatest players to ever step up to the plate. Aaron made brief appearances in the Negro American League and minor league baseball before playing for the Braves from 1954-1974 and then the Brewers for two final seasons. He won National League MVP and helped Milwaukee win the World Series in 1957 and stayed with the team in their move to Atlanta in 1966. In his final season with the Braves, Aaron broke Babe Ruth's 54-year standing home run record and remained home run king for 33 years. The first-ballot Hall of Famer holds the MLB's all-time records in All-Star Game selections and RBIs while also ranking top-five in home runs, hits, runs, at-bats, games played, and more.