Tommie Lee Aaron was a Major League Baseball player who ranked as a first baseman and left fielder. He was born on August 5, 1939, in Mobile, Alabama. He was the younger brother of Hank Aaron, The Hall of Famer.
He played for Milwaukee Braves just as his brother and went on to represent the scene for both Milwaukee Braves and Atlanta Braves. He also played for Richmond Braves of International League during the mid-1960’s. He, later on, served as the minor league manager and major league manager after hanging off his playing colors.
- Tommie Aaron and Hank Aaron were the first siblings to appear in League Championship Series as teammates.
- He along with his brother holds the record for Major League record number of home runs at 768. Tommie hit 13 of them, while his brother Hank Aaron scored 755 in his career.
- They are the only other brothers to have hit more than 500 home runs alongside Murray brothers, i.e. Rich Murray and Eddie Murray.
- He was diagnosed with leukemia and died in 1984 at the age of 45. He was buried at Catholic Cemetery of Mobile, Alabama.
|Occupation: Professional Baseball Player
Date of Birth: August 5, 1939
Death: August 16, 1984 (Aged 45)
Place of Born: Mobile, Alabama
Height in m: 1.91 m
Height in ft: 6 ft 3 inches
Height in cm: 191 cm
Weight in kg: 86 kg approx.
Weight in the pound: 190 lbs.
Parents: Herbert Aaron and Estella Aaron
Siblings: Tommie Aaron, Herbert Aaron Jr., Sarah Aaron Jones, Alfredia Scott, Gloria Aaron
Net Worth: Unknown
Contracted- Signed by Milwaukee Braves on May 28, 1958, at the age of 18.
|Debut-April 10, 1962|
|Last Appearance: September 24, 1971|
|Position– First Baseman and Left Fielder|
| Milwaukee / Atlanta Braves (1962-1965, 1968-1971)
(As a player)
|Atlanta Braves (1978-1984)
(As a coach)