The 79-year-old Baseball Hall of Famer, widely regarded as one of the greatest baseball players of all time, has officially taken the Twitter plunge:
I am officially on Twitter! I won’t be posting a lot, but look forward to sharing with you.”
— Hank Aaron (@HenryLouisAaron) March 19, 2013
Much to his fans’ delight:
— Emily Lee (@emilylee1011) March 19, 2013
Home run king @HenryLouisAaron on Twitter. That's right, I said it and meant it. A man better than stats.
— Justin Spicer (@justinbspicer) March 19, 2013
The greatest in HR of the all history is in Twitter > @HenryLouisAaron Inmortal 44
— La Divina Diva (@LaDivinaDiva) March 19, 2013
And as soon as I start using twitter for the first time in months, I see that @HenryLouisAaron has one. My life is complete.
— Jamie Smith (@VideoJames9) March 19, 2013
@HenryLouisAaron Welcome. Can't wait to hear from one of the greatest.
— Brandon Stamper (@StampMan43) March 19, 2013
— General Iowa (@IowaEvaSoxFan) March 19, 2013
Welcome to twitter @HenryLouisAaron !! One of the greatest baseball players ever ⚾⚾
— Alpha (@GuyWitTheBeard) March 19, 2013
This is so cool! RT"@HenryLouisAaron: I am officially on Twitter! I won’t be posting a lot, but look forward to sharing with you.”"
— Patrick Devlin (@pjdevlinsr) March 19, 2013
Welcome to Twitter to the REAL home run king & 1 of baseball's all-time class acts: @HenryLouisAaron
— Bruce Buchanan (@BBuchananWomble) March 19, 2013
The Hammer is on twitter. @henrylouisaaron just made the twitterverse a better place.
— WRBL Sports (@WRBLSports) March 19, 2013
Welcome to Twitter, sir!
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