When did Henry"Hank"Aaron retire as a baseball player?

Answer Hank Aaron played his final game on Oct. 3, 1976, with the Milwaukee Brewers. Aaron retired at the age of 42 with 755 home runs and a lifetime batting average of .305, playing for the Milwaukee Br... Read More »

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When did Nolan Ryan retire from baseball?

Pitcher Nolan Ryan retired from Major League Baseball in 1993. He pitched in his final game on September 22, 1993 at the age of 46 for the Texas Rangers. Ryan, who threw a record seven no-hitters d... Read More »

When did babe ruth retire from baseball?

Babe Ruth--also nicknamed the "Sultan of Swat" and "the Great Bambino"--retired from baseball in the spring of 1935 at the age of 40. His uniform number, 3, was retired in 1948. During his retireme... Read More »

What Detroit Tigers baseball announcer was traded for a baseball player?

Detroit Tigers announcer Ernie Harwell broke into the Major Leagues in a unique way. In 1948, he was traded to the Brooklyn Dodgers from the minor league Atlanta Crackers for catcher Cliff Dapper. ... Read More »

What baseball player had the most strikeouts in minor league baseball?

In 2009, the minor league pitcher to record the most strikeouts was Matthew Moore, who struck out 176 batters for the Tampa Bay Rays "Single A" affiliate. The hitter to strike out the most times in... Read More »