Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron

Vice President at CNN

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Contributor - Sports Illustrated

Celebrity Sports Weekend Celebrity - LeMoyne-Owen College


Member - Baseball Almanac Inc


Cofounder - WCBF

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His broadcasting career began on WXLT, a station in Sarasota, Florida and the highlight of his early career was interviewing Hank Aaron after his 715th home run which broke the record previously held by Babe Ruth.
You can spot him easily in the footage of this momentous event thanks to his long white overcoat. He joined CNN in 1981 and from there on, he was on Ted's payroll, covering all kinds of sporting events for CNN, TBS and TNT. He did College Football Scoreboard in the early 80s, he covered the Pan American Games, the Goodwill Games and even the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Among other things he also covered curling during the 1992 Winter Olympics.

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HANK AARON (MLB site) (Atlanta Braves site)
He began his professional career in 1954 and shattered many records in baseball. In 1957 he was named the National League's Most Valuaable Player. He stll holds the record for most R.B.I.s (2,297), In Atlanta, Georgia on April 8, 1974, be broke Babe Ruth's home run record and retired from baseball with a total of 755 home runs. He is currently very busy with his work as Vice President of CNN and is active with the National Board of Big Brothers/Big Sisters , the Atlanta Board of the American Cancer Society , and continues to serve as the North America Honorary Chairperson of the World Children's Baseball Fair.

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