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Baseball legend Hank Aaron and his wife, Billye Aaron, wave to fans as they enter Hank Aaron Stadium for the dedication of the Hank Aaron Childhood Home and Museum April 14, 2010 in Mobile, Ala. Aaron's childhood home, originally built by his father, was relocated from the Toulminville neighborhood to the stadium's "Gaslight Park" and restored in November 2008. The celebration, which included a ribbon-cutting and private reception, was attended by a star-studded roster of Hall of Famers and baseball dignitaries, including Mays, Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith, Bob Feller, Rickey Henderson, and Bruce Setter, along with President of Minor League Baseball Pat O'Conner, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Jeff Idelson, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, and Hall of Fame senior director of exhibitions Erik Strohl. (Apex Mediawire photo by Carmen K. Sisson)
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Mobile, Alabama - Hank Aaron Museum Dedication
Baseball legend Hank Aaron and his wife, Billye Aaron, wave to fans as they enter Hank Aaron Stadium for the dedication of the Hank Aaron Childhood Home and Museum April 14, 2010 in Mobile, Ala. Aaron's childhood home, originally built by his father, was relocated from the Toulminville neighborhood to the stadium's "Gaslight Park" and restored in November 2008. The celebration, which included a ribbon-cutting and private reception, was attended by a star-studded roster of Hall of Famers and baseball dignitaries, including Mays, Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith, Bob Feller, Rickey Henderson, and Bruce Setter, along with President of Minor League Baseball Pat O'Conner, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Jeff Idelson, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, and Hall of Fame senior director of exhibitions Erik Strohl. (Apex Mediawire photo by Carmen K. Sisson)