Wes Covington is on third base, Eddie Mathews is on second base, there are two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Milwaukee Braves are behind seven to five. Hank Aaron steps to the plate, flexes his stout arms, sweat glistening in the Milwaukee summer sun. He takes a couple of practice swings, digs in at the right side of the plate and focuses on the pitcher. The ball comes out of the pitcher’s hand, spins down toward Hank’s ankles, he releases the bat from its position, the bat makes contact and the ball soars out, over the left field fence. The game is won.