HENRY "Hank" Aaron has died at 86-years-old.
The Hall of Famer passed away on Friday morning, CBS46 reported.
It is unclear how the legend died as of yet.
The baseball player was born in Mobile, Alabama, and played in minor leagues throughout his youth.
He then went on to play in the Major League at the age of 20, before starting his 23-year career with the Milwaukee Braves.
Within his first four seasons, Hank had hit 44 home runs and won the MVP award.
Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s career home run record as an Atlanta Brave in 1974.
He reached a record 714 home runs in his career.
Aaron is still baseball’s runs batted in leader with 2,297 and total base leader with 6,856.
He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1982.
His Hall of Fame bio includes a quote from Muhammad Ali about Aaron, which reads: "The only man I idolize more than myself."
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