Hall of Famers take innocent-until-proved-guilty approach
Originally Published: July 30, 2007By Jerry Crasnick | ESPN.com
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- Commissioner Bud Selig isn't the only Milwaukee fixture with a personal affinity for Hank Aaron.Robin Yount was 19 years old and playing shortstop for the Brewers in late 1974 when Aaron, barely a year removed from breaking Babe Ruth's record, arrived in a trade for outfielder Dave May and a player to be named. Baseball's home run champion stuck around for a two-year Wisconsin sunset tour, and impressed Yount for reasons other than his hand-eye coordination and strong ...
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