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What Had Happened Was: 7/20/17

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ON THIS DAY IN SPORTS History

Milwaukee Brewers slugger Hank Aaron, Major League Baseball’s all-time home run leader, launched a long ball off California Angels right-hander Dick Drago for the 755th and final homer of his 23-year career. Aaron’s record lasted for 31 years until San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds hit No. 756 in August 2007.

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Aaron Dodson is a sports and culture writer at The Undefeated. He primarily writes on sneakers/apparel and hosts the platform’s “Sneaker Box” video series. During Michael Jordan’s two seasons playing for the Washington Wizards in the early 2000s, the “Flint” Air Jordan 9s sparked his passion for kicks.