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More On The Braves/Mets September 26, 1962

December 27, 2018

There is more “treasure” from that game on September 26, 1962 between the Milwaukee Braves and New York Mets.

Sadly, cigarettes are not healthy, something too many people realized too late.

Thus with the asterisk of what would become I cite if nothing else the professionalism of Lindsey Nelson in an ad for “Kool” cigarettes.

One who stayed good, his literal and figurative home runs staying fair both within poles and with no additions, is Henry Aaron.

On that rainy night in Milwaukee, he hit his 45th home run of the season, a monstrous three run clout.


Henry Aaron with his wife Billye

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