Hank Aaron Net Worth

How much is Hank Aaron worth?

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:February 5, 1934 (89 years old)
Height:1.83 m, 6 ft
Hank Aaron Net Worth:
$25 Million

Hank Aaron is a legendary retired American Baseball player who had a passion for sports since a very young age. He currently serves as the senior vice president of the Atlanta Braves. Aaron played as a Major League Baseball (MLB) right fielder from 1954 to 1976. Nicknamed “Hammerin’ Hank” because he hammered the ball out of the baseball ground a lot. In 1990, he published his autobiography, ‘I Had a Hammer.’ He even had an award name after him in the year 1999 ‘Hank Aaron Award.’

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With barely any enthusiasm for studies and a fascination for sports, he had decided on baseball from an exceptionally young age. Therefore, when he got the opportunity, he took it and never looked back. Be that as it may, his ethnicity as an African-American, always acted like an impediment. Being an African-American and playing Major League Baseball was a long way from being valued, and he consistently compromised with critical outcomes. However, his strong determination and love for the game gave him the strength to face all adversities and made him a successful baseball player.

Personal Life

Hank Aaron is the fantastic baseball player that he is there, is only talk about his accomplishments as a player. There is not much known about his personal life as he keeps it away from the media radar. Hank married Barbara Lucas in 1953 after asking her father for her hand in marriage. He has five kids with her. Unfortunately, their marriage ended in 1971. Later on, in 1973, he married Billye Suber Williams on 13 November 1973. He has one child named Ceci with her.

Inspirational Quotes by Hank Aaron

Sure, this country has a black president, but when you look at a black president, President Obama is left with his foot stuck in the mud from all of the Republicans with the way he's treated.

Hank Aaron

Guessing what the pitcher is going to throw is 80% of being a successful hitter. The other 20% is just execution.

Hank Aaron

I tell young people - including my granddaughter - there is no shortcut in life. You have to take it one step at a time and work hard. And you have to give back.

Hank Aaron

The pitcher has got only a ball. I've got a bat. So the percentage in weapons is in my favor and I let the fellow with the ball do the fretting.

Hank Aaron

I looked for the same pitch my whole career, a breaking ball. All of the time. I never worried about the fastball. They couldn't throw it past me, none of them.

Hank Aaron