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April 21, 1975 | Larry Keith
The home-run king returns to Milwaukee, the site of many of his finest hours, and resumes his old love affair with the fans in that city
April 15, 1974 | Ron Fimrite
Henry Aaron gracefully endured the pressure of the chase, and then stopped it with one lash of his bat
April 08, 1974 | William Leggett
Now begins the final assault by Henry Aaron on Ruth's home-run record in a season that brings a controversial new ball but plenty of energy for everybody in another quest—the title held by the A's
April 08, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
It is the suggestion here—made in small part for the sake of argument, in far larger part out of genuine conviction—that Henry Louis Aaron is the finest all-round player baseball has known. Partisans of Ruth, Cobb,...
October 15, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Henry Aaron, asked after the last day of the season what he thought he had done for baseball: "Maybe what I've done is create some new fans. At first there was a lot of that mail from people, older people, who...