Always mentioned in the conversation for GOAT, Hank Aaron was one of the most feared hitters of his era. On April 18, 1974, Hammerin’ Hank hit his 715th dinger, breaking Babe Ruth’s seemingly unbreakable record of 714. Aaron finished his career in 1976 with 755 round-trippers. While he was best-known for the long ball, Aaron was one of MLB’s greatest all-around hitters, racking up 3,771 hits, the third-most in league history. His 2,297 RBIs still ranks as the most ever, and is considered to be all but impossible to top. Another Aaron record that will likely never be broken: His 25 All-Star appearance. As if that weren’t enough, Aaron as a 3x Gold Glove Award winner, a 2x NL batting champion. and a Wold Series Champion (1957). Aaron is a member of the MLB Hall of Fame, was selected to the MLB All-Century Team, and his #44 is retired by the Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers.