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    Baseball With Matt Landed a Hank Aaron Interview

    Special More Than a Fan contributor Matt Nadel was recently able to interview Hall of Famer Hank Aaron! Matt is a 13-year old baseball historian, and has been doing a great job with his series on Hall of Famers Who Aren’t for MTAF. Check out this excerpt from his interview with Hammerin’ Hank: I’m here […]

    Special More Than a Fan contributor Matt Nadel was recently able to interview Hall of Famer Hank Aaron! Matt is a 13-year old baseball historian, and has been doing a great job with his series on Hall of Famers Who Aren’t for MTAF. Check out this excerpt from his interview with Hammerin’ Hank:

    I’m here with another interview everyone! I recently sent in some questions to the awesome, the best, the absolutely amazing………….Hammerin’ Hank Aaron! That’s right baseball fans, here are the answers that I got via email from probably the best baseball player alive today! (He only answered three of my seven questions, because he gets so many requests, so it’s a short interview.) But first, let me tell you all a little about the Braves and Brewers great:

    In a career from 1954-1976 with the Bravos and the Brew Crew, Hank Aaron was in one word: GREATSPECTACULARAWESOMECOOLESTBBALLPLAYEREVER! He is second career-wise in homers (755), third in hits (3,771) and first in RBIs (2,297).  He also made it to 25 All-Star Games, a record…

    To read the rest, visit the interview post on his blog Baseball with Matt!

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    Josh was born in Cleveland, lives in Medina, and talks too much. Publisher of the More Than a Fan Digital Network and Host of the More Than a Fan Podcast, he's basically lucky to still be married.


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    Written by Josh Flagner

    Josh was born in Cleveland, lives in Medina, and talks too much. Publisher of the More Than a Fan Digital Network and Host of the More Than a Fan Podcast, he's basically lucky to still be married.