Milwaukee Brewers 'Spring Training' check, 8.25 x 3.25, filled out in type and signed by team vice president Thomas J. Ferguson, payable to Hank Aaron for $284.36, March 3, 1975. Endorsed on the reverse by Aaron, "Hank Aaron." In fine condition, with a JSA label to the reverse. Aaron spent the first dozen seasons of his career in Milwaukee as a Brave, and returned to the city via trade for the penultimate season of his career in 1975. Having broken Babe Ruth's home run record a year earlier, the aging slugger recorded 60 RBI in his 1975 campaign, eclipsing Ruth's all-time total on May 1st. Aaron's career record of 2,297 RBI remains unsurpassed to this day.
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