Former Braves Manager Suffers Possible Stroke

News from Atlanta this morning:

Former Braves Manager Bobby Cox has suffered a possible stroke yesterday (April 2nd), just one day after attending the Braves home opener at SunTrust Park.

Bobby Cox served as the team's manager for 25 years, and has been consider the ultimate players' manager. He rooted hard for the men from the dugout, and they played hard for him on field.

He retired back in 2010; and in 2014, he received the highest award-- being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame along with Greg Maddux and Tommy Glavine.



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