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November 20, 1951 > The Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro Leagues sign a skinny, 17-year-old infielder named Henry Aaron. The Mobile, Ala. native will spend one season in the Negro Leagues before signing a contract with the Milwaukee Braves' organization, where he will embark on a 23-year Hall of Fame career.