Welcome to the 500 Home Run Club

Welcome to the 500 Home Run Club®, LLC, the exclusively authorized, internationally recognized organization founded to celebrate the awe inspiring achievements of the greatest home run hitters in baseball history. The club operates with the endorsement and support of both Major League Baseball and the Baseball Hall of Fame.

 

 

 
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What you might not know about Hank Aaron

November Teaser Hank Aaron reached the spring training camp of the Milwaukee Braves in 1954 at age 20. The power came slowly, increasing as the lean 6-footer used his wrists to supply a quick stroke. He had 13 home runs as a rookie that year before…
an article from USA Today

Mike Schmidt: Today's Hitters Don't Want Much Help
an article by USA Today

I just returned from Hall of Fame induction weekend, where I find that my cronies and I are slowly becoming the older generation of the membership.

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Vote for your favorite 500, 600, 700 or Honorary 800 HRC

We're updating our members' pages by adding live video of their 500th home run. Vote for your favorite 500, 600, 700 or Honorary 800 HRC member now. A new winner voted in each month. To view the video go to the member's link at the bottom of their page.

Frank Robinson, 500 HRC member won this month's poll. Thanks for voting!


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Ted Williams Destroyed Things With His Bat

an article by USA Today Sports

As one of the greatest hitters in Major League history despite missing several years of his prime due to military service, Ted Williams figuratively destroyed baseballs...

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Milestone Video Winner

Frank Robinsonfrank robinson milestone video

Frank Robinson, known for his fearless base running, entered the National League in 1956 at 20 years old. In the same year, he was named Rookie of the Year. During he career, he primarily played for the Cincinnati RedsIn 1966 he won the Triple Crown as well as the World Series MVP honors. In 1966 he also became the first major league player in history to with the MVP honors in both the National and All-Star leagues.

In 1975 Robinson was name the player-manager of the Cleveland Indians, making him the first African American to manage a major league club. He continued managing for a number of clubs. In 1982, Frank Robinson was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

For more information on Frank Robinson visit his member’s page here.

Ernie Banks/Sports Illustrated

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ACTIVE MEMBERS
612 (8) - Jim Thome
500 (4) - Albert Pujols
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