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Bobby Cox

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Baseball Bids Farewell To Veteran Managers

On his final day managing the Los Angeles Dodgers, Joe Torre went old school.

WFAN–10/03/2010

Atlanta Braves v Washington Nationals

Bobby Cox Wins 2,500th Game

The 69-year-old Cox, set to retire at the end of the season, became the fourth major league manager to reach the milestone. He is seeking his 16th postseason appearance.

WFAN–09/25/2010

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Schwei: Mets’ Davis Climbing The Charts

Ike Davis continues to climb the Mets all-time leader boards for rookies. Davis’ 18 home runs trail only Darryl Strawberry (26 in 1983) and Ron Swoboda (19 in 1965) as the most by a rookie in Mets’ history.

WFAN–09/13/2010

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Johan, Mets Look To Avoid Sweep In Atlanta

Tim Hudson looks for a fifth straight victory over New York, while trying to help the NL East-leading Braves to a series sweep over Johan Santana and the Mets.

WFAN–09/02/2010

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Mets Look To Snap Braves’ Winning Streak

Tommy Hanson looks to bounce back from a pair of shaky outings and ride Atlanta’s offensive surge against the New York Mets, where a victory would extend his team’s winning streak to five.

WFAN–09/01/2010

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Mets To Face Braves’ Phenom Mike Minor

After matching a franchise record with 12 strikeouts in his latest start, Mike Minor looks to improve to 3-0 on Tuesday night as the Braves continue a four-game set with the visiting New York Mets.

WFAN–08/31/2010

Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella reacts as he waves to the crowd before the start of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010, in Chicago. Piniella says he is retiring after the game so he can spend more time with his family. The 66-year-old manager made the announcement in a release handed out by the team before the game. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Lou Piniella Waves Goodbye To Baseball

After all the wins, all the losses and all those arguments, Lou Piniella clearly felt it was time to leave. Saying the final goodbye after a half-century in baseball, that was the hard part.

WFAN–08/23/2010

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