1972 Topps #89 Hank Aaron Signed AUTO baseball card PSA/DNA

1972 Topps #89 Hank Aaron Signed AUTO baseball card PSA/DNA

Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron was one of the most legendary figures in the history of Major League Baseball (MLB). His life and career are a testament to his incredible skill as a baseball player and his impact on the sport.

Early Life: Hank Aaron was born in Mobile, Alabama, during a time of racial segregation in the United States. He grew up in a modest household and showed an early talent for baseball. Despite facing racial discrimination and limited opportunities, he pursued his passion for the sport.

Professional Career:

  1. Negro Leagues:
    • Hank Aaron began his professional baseball career in the Negro Leagues, playing for the Indianapolis Clowns.
  2. Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves (1954-1974):
    • Aaron made his Major League Baseball debut with the Milwaukee Braves in 1954.
    • He spent most of his career with the Braves, who later moved to Atlanta.


    • Hank Aaron was known for his consistent hitting and power at the plate. He was a 21-time All-Star and a three-time Gold Glove winner.
    • His most iconic achievement was breaking Babe Ruth's long-standing home run record. On April 8, 1974, Aaron hit his 715th career home run, surpassing Ruth's record of 714. His record-breaking home run occurred amid significant racial tension, but it is celebrated as a historic moment in the civil rights movement.


  1. Milwaukee Brewers (1975-1976):
    • Aaron played his final two seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers before retiring from professional baseball.

Career Achievements:

  • Hank Aaron finished his career with 755 home runs, a record that stood until Barry Bonds broke it in 2007.
  • He was a two-time National League (NL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) and led the NL in home runs four times.
  • Aaron was a model of consistency, with 15 seasons of 30 or more home runs and 17 seasons of 90 or more runs batted in (RBIs).
  • He also holds numerous records for RBIs, extra-base hits, and total bases.

Offered is 1972 Topps #89 NL Home Run Leaders card signed in blue ball point ink by Hank Aaron.   There is some creasing to the card.

Dual encapsulation for the card and autograph as authentic by PSA and PSA/DNA

Item: 13232

Price: $599.00
1972 Topps #89 Hank Aaron Signed AUTO baseball card PSA/DNA