Pujols hits 703rd HR to pass Babe for 2nd in RBI; Cards lose
Albert Pujols hit his 703rd home run, breaking a tie with Babe Ruth for second place in career RBIs, but the St. Louis Cardinals lost to Pittsburgh 3-2 when the Pirates drew four consecutive walks in the ninth inning to force home the winning run.
Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols hits 702nd homer
St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols hit his 702nd career homer in the third inning of Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pujols drove a 0-1 pitch from Roansy Contreras deep to center for a solo shot. The 42-year-old Pujols is fourth on the career home run list behind Babe Ruth (714), Hank Aaron (755) and Barry Bonds (762).news.yahoo.com
Dusty Baker still seeking World Series title as manager
Nineteen years after falling one win short with San Francisco, Dusty Baker’s quest for his first World Series title as manager ended two victories shy with his Houston Astros falling 7-0 to complete a six-game loss to the Atlanta Braves, the team that launched his career back in that Summer of Love.
Passage: Baseball great Hank Aaron
Passage: Baseball great Hank Aaron "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley looks back at the life of Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, who in 1974 overcame racist threats and abuse to break one of the most coveted records in all of sports: Babe Ruth's career home run record.cbsnews.com
Hank Aaron, baseball legend, remembered after death
Hank Aaron, baseball legend, remembered after death Baseball is mourning the loss of one of its all-time greats on and off the field. MLB legend and pioneer Hank Aaron died on Friday at the age of 86. Jim Axelrod looks back on the Hall of Fame slugger's indelible mark on the sport that came with a steep and ugly price.cbsnews.com
Hank Aaron, baseball legend and civil rights icon, dies at 86
Hank Aaron, baseball legend and civil rights icon, dies at 86 Hank Aaron, one of baseball's greatest players, died at age 86. What made him great wasn't just what he did, but how he did it. Jim Axelrod pays tribute to the baseball legend.cbsnews.com
Hank Aaron, legendary baseball slugger, dies at age 86
Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, who rose from poverty in segregated Alabama to become one of the greatest players of all time, has died. Aaron "died peacefully in his sleep," the Atlanta Braves said in a statement Friday. There was no information immediately available about when Aaron died or the cause of death. "We are absolutely devastated by the passing of our beloved Hank," Braves Chairman Terry McGuirk said in a statement. At age 40, Hammerin' Hank Aaron broke the mark on April 8, 1974, while playing with the Atlanta Braves.cnbc.com