Though Henry Aaron's Hall of Fame career is often defined by his 755 career home runs, and his epic chase of Babe Ruth's one-time-record of 714 career round trippers, the story of Hammerin' Hank Aaron's baseball life runs much deeper.
He could hit the long ball with the best of them, but the legendary Aaron was a dominant all-around player, finishing his 23-year career with a .305 batting average and a record 24 All-Star appearances during his time with the Braves and Brewers. The legendary Aaron remains one of the most collectible athletes of his generation.
Ken Regan was born and grew up in the Bronx. He studied journalism at Columbia and attended New York University's Film School. His photography career began in the sports arena where he covered the World Series, Super Bowls, the Olympics, heavyweight championship fights, Hockey, Basketball, Tennis, Auto Racing and other professional sports for Time, Sports Illustrated, Life, and Newsweek. Among the athletes that Ken spent time photographing are names like Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Hank Aaron and Wilt Chamberlain, Joe Namath and Mario Andretti. By the late Eighties, Ken had over 200 magazine covers to his credit.
This 16x20 photograph was taken by world renowned photographer Ken Regan. This photograph has been hand signed by both Ken Regan and Hank Aaron and comes complete with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.
Hank Aaron Sitting on Garbage Can 16x20 Photo Signed By Photographer Ken Regan