McFarlane Cooperstown Series 5 Figure Hank Aaron

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McFarlane Cooperstown Series 5 Figure Hank Aaron
McFarlane Cooperstown Series 5 Figure Hank Aaron
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McFarlane Cooperstown Series 5 Figure Hank Aaron
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Sku: MCF-71330-F
Condition: Brand New & Factory Sealed
Theme: MLB Baseball
Approx Size: 6 inch
Mfg's ID: 71330-F
Production Run: Limited
Series: Cooperstown 5
Material: Plastic
Production Year: 2008
Packaging: Clamshell
The one and only Henry Aaron. From Cooperstown Collection Series 5, comes this wonderfully lifelike 7-inch Hank Aaron Action Figure in an unmistakable pose his many fans will instantly recognize.
  • "Hammerin' Hank" was without a doubt, one of the greatest ever to play the game. An excellent all-around player named to 24 All-Star games, with a lifetime batting average of .305, Aaron is best known for shattering Babe Ruth's "unbreakable" record of homeruns for a career. His unbelievable mark of 755 stood untouched from 1974 until 2007.
  • Admired for his character on and off the field, Hank Aaron was also a groundbreaker for participation of African Americans in baseball and professional sports, in general. Honor and remember this remarkable man by adding this fabulous figure to your collection of sports memorabilia!
  • Hank Aaron initially signed with Boston but debuted in Milwaukee, spent his prime in Atlanta, and closed his career back in Milwaukee. In between, he hit an astounding 755 homeruns.
  • Henry Louis Aaron personified consistency, perseverance, courage, and dedication to a nation of baseball fans. He never hit 50 homers in a single season, but had no less than 20 back-to-back years with at least 20 dingers. On April 8th, 1974, Number 44 crushed a Burt Hooton offering over the fence for his 715th career homerun, lifting him past Babe Ruth as the all-time homerun champion, a record he held until 2007.
  • Aaron was enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982, and no one deserved it more.

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