Fans honor Hank Aaron during memorial service

ATLANTA — As the Hank Aaron memorial service concluded at Truist Park on Tuesday afternoon, a fan stood still for a moment outside the right-field gate. “He changed the game in multiple dynamics,” said that spectator, Michael Salanitri, a self-described avid baseball fan who lives near Truist Park and came to pay his respects. “I respect him so much. What he did for the game, what he did for the game racially, he’s one of the greatest.” Aaron, a civil rights icon and the best player in Braves history, died Jan. 22 at age 86. Many in the baseball world gathered Tuesday for a private celebration…

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