Card has been graded 9 by Beckett (BCCG). Hank “Hammer” Aaron (1934-2021) was an accomplished baseball star, businessman and philanthropist. During a career spanning 23 years, Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s long-standing MLB home-run record at 755, a record that stood 33 years until broke by Barry Bonds. He was ranked number 5 on The Sporting News’ list of the “100 Greatest Baseball Players” and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982 during his first year of eligibility. The MLB introduced the Hank Aaron Award on February 5, 1999, at his 65th birthday celebration, to recognize the top offensive players in the American and National leagues. In 2002, Aaron received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush.