Baseball legend Hank Aaron makes a stop in Wisconsin to help Governor Jim Doyle's re-election campaign. The all-time home run leader addressed an eager crowd Thursday afternoon in Eau Claire, where he played for the Eau Claire Bears in 1952. Aaron focused mainly on Doyle's efforts to help children get a strong education.
Governor Doyle talked about Aaron being his hero while he was growing up. During the stop in Eau Claire, he pulled out an old notebook from his school days to show how he day dreamed about the baseball star.