George Will remembers Hank Aaron, baseball’s ‘greatest player of all-time’

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A new sign showing the number of Hank Aaron’s home runs provides a background as he runs off the field after the eighth inning of the first game of the doubleheader with the Cincinnati Reds at Atlanta Stadium, Sept. 10, 1973. (AP Photo)

Baseball historian and Washington Post columnist, George Will joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon to remember the life, career, and social impact of Henry ‘Hank’ Aaron. The world lost “Hammerin’ Hank” on January 22nd at the age of 86.

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