Hank Aaron: I was angry because of my kids, not myself. I was angry because they were not able to share in what I think was the greatest part of my life, as far as baseball. I was angry because of that. I was angry because of the fact that my daughter, who was at Fisk University, wasn’t able to enjoy a college life. She had to stay on campus for three years. No matter where she went, she had to be escorted out, and to ballparks, wherever she wanted to go. My kids I had in private school — I had two of my boys in private school — they had to be backed off. That was the only reason. I was used to — in some ways — used to the other thing, but they were not able to enjoy some of the lifestyle that I had built for them.