An article by USA Today
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 his season was curtailed when he broke his leg on a slide. He doubled his home run production in the two successive seasons.
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