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Matted 8x10 Photo- Hank Aaron, Joe Adcock and Eddie Mathews

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Hank Aaron (left), Joe Adcock (center), Eddie Mathews (right). All three players are shown wearing their Milwaukee Braves uniforms while together at Ebbets Field.

  • This photograph is a faithful reproduction of an image from the permanent collection of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. 
  • Photograph measures 8" x 10", with matting total measurement is 11" x 14" 
  • Archival quality photo paper 
  • Acid free matting
Player Biography

Exhibiting an understated style that became his trademark, Hank Aaron became the all-time home run champion via one of the most consistent offensive careers in baseball history with 3,771 hits. He hit 755 home runs, a record that stood for more than 30 years, and still holds major league records for total bases, extra-base hits and RBI. He was the 1957 National League Most Valuable Player, won three Gold Glove awards for his play in right field and was named to a record 25 All-Star games. Curt Simmons once said of Aaron, “Trying to throw a fastball by him is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster.”

A feared left-handed slugger, Eddie Mathews became the seventh player in major league history to hit 500 home runs, finishing his career with 512. He walloped over 30 round-trippers in nine consecutive seasons. In 1953, his 47 homers for the Milwaukee Braves led the National League and established a single-season record for third basemen that lasted 27 years. Ty Cobb once said, “I’ve known three or four perfect swings in my time. This boy’s got one of them.” Mathews was a member of two World Series championship teams (1957 and 1968) and was featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of Sports Illustrated in August 1954.

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Hank Aaron (left), Joe Adcock (center), Eddie Mathews (right). All three players are shown wearing their Milwaukee Braves uniforms while together at Ebbets Field.

  • This photograph is a faithful reproduction of an image from the permanent collection of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. 
  • Photograph measures 8" x 10", with matting total measurement is 11" x 14" 
  • Archival quality photo paper 
  • Acid free matting
Player Biography

Exhibiting an understated style that became his trademark, Hank Aaron became the all-time home run champion via one of the most consistent offensive careers in baseball history with 3,771 hits. He hit 755 home runs, a record that stood for more than 30 years, and still holds major league records for total bases, extra-base hits and RBI. He was the 1957 National League Most Valuable Player, won three Gold Glove awards for his play in right field and was named to a record 25 All-Star games. Curt Simmons once said of Aaron, “Trying to throw a fastball by him is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster.”

A feared left-handed slugger, Eddie Mathews became the seventh player in major league history to hit 500 home runs, finishing his career with 512. He walloped over 30 round-trippers in nine consecutive seasons. In 1953, his 47 homers for the Milwaukee Braves led the National League and established a single-season record for third basemen that lasted 27 years. Ty Cobb once said, “I’ve known three or four perfect swings in my time. This boy’s got one of them.” Mathews was a member of two World Series championship teams (1957 and 1968) and was featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of Sports Illustrated in August 1954.

Men's Jerseys

JERSEY SIZE 40 44 48 52 56 60
Size Equivalent S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
Chest 34 - 36" 38 - 40" 42 - 44" 46 - 48" 50 - 52" 54 - 56" 58 - 60"
Waist 28 - 30" 32 - 34" 36 - 38" 40 - 42" 44 - 46" 48 - 50" 52 - 54"
Hip 34 - 36" 38 - 40" 42 - 44" 46 - 48" 50 - 52" 54 - 56" 58 - 60"