Though Henry Aaron's Hall of Fame career is often defined by his 755 career home runs, and his epic chase of Babe Ruth's one-time-record of 714 career round trippers, the story of Hammerin' Hank Aaron's baseball life runs much deeper. He could hit the long ball with the best of them, but the legendary Aaron was a dominant all-around player, finishing his 23-year career with a .305 batting average and a record 24 All-Star appearances during his time with the Braves and Brewers."There's a new home run champion of all-time, and it's Henry Aaron." The night Aaron eclipsed Babe Ruth by hitting his 715th career home run is arguably the most famous accomplishment in baseball history. This spectacular perfectly depicts the moment by placing you in the front row, behind home plate in Atlanta on April 8, 1974, to catch all the action.This is hand signed by Aaron and comes complete with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.