For 29 seasons, Bobby Cox screamed, spit and stamped his way to winning seasons for the Atlanta Braves. Cox retired after the end of this season, and the Braves have named Fredi Gonzalez as his successor. Only A Game’s Phillip Graitcer reports on the challenge of replacing a legend.
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