Former Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox watches from a cave as he manages a teenager joining Future Stars opposite a Atlanta Braves in an muster ball diversion Saturday, Mar 29, 2014, in Rome, Ga. (Associated Press)
Former Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox was hospitalized Tuesday after presumably pang a stroke, according to reports.
Cox, 77, was inducted into baseball’s Hall of Fame in 2014 after running a Braves to a World Series pretension in 1995 amid a prolonged run of divisional titles and National League pennants.
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He was named National League manager of a year 4 times and had his uniform series 6 late by a Braves after his retirement in 2010.
During a Braves’ prolonged run of MLB success in a 1990s and early 2000s, Cox’s teams enclosed star pitchers Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz, and hitters including Chipper Jones.
Cox formerly managed a Braves from 1978 to 1981 and a Toronto Blue Jays from 1982 to 1985.
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News of Cox’s hospitalization was initial reported by Atlanta’s WSB-TV.
No serve sum were immediately accessible about Cox’s medical condition.
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