Aaron's death prompts call to change name: Braves to Hammers
(AP Photo/John Bazemore)ATLANTA – As his adopted hometown mourned Hank Aaron's death, some fans called on the Atlanta Braves to change their name to the Hammers in his honor. The NFL's Atlanta Falcons, Major League Soccer's Atlanta United and Georgia Tech's football team all announced they would retire Aaron's trademark No. The Hammer spent nearly all of his 23-year career with the Braves, whose nickname has drawn some criticism as being offensive to Native Americans. The Braves have steadfastly resisted calls to change their name, saying they view it as a tribute to Native Americans rather than a slur. There has been no indication that Aaron's death would change the team's stance on its Braves nickname.
Frozen custard: Summer's hottest snack
Mo Rocca digs into a summer treat:Tom Linscott, the owner of Gilles Frozen Custard, welcomes everyone to his establishment. Linscott is not being a stickler; frozen custard is not ice cream. Milwaukee has the highest concentration of frozen custard shops in the world (and don't call it ice cream!). "I love frozen custard and I love ice cream, so I love 'em both," Selig said. Custard connoisseurs line up at Leon's Frozen Custard in Milwaukee.cbsnews.com