It was a year ago today that legendary Braves manager, Bobby Cox suffered a severe stroke that left him struggling to speak and walk. FOX 5’s Ken Rodriguez has been the only reporter to provide updates on his condition.. And here now, a year later, is THE SKIPPER.
Months after suffering a major stroke, the longtime Hall of Fame manager of the Atlanta Braves is back where he belongs.
For three months now, Braves Country has been waiting, wondering, and worrying about how their ol' skipper is doing. Bobby Cox suffered a severe stroke back on April 2, mere hours after participating in the Braves Opening Day festivities.
Atlanta Braves skipper Bobby Cox through the years.
FOX 5 Sports has learned that legendary Braves manager, Bobby Cox was released from Wellstar Kennestone Hospital Monday, and is transitioning to a local rehab facility. Cox suffered a stroke in early April and has experienced a troublesome recovery since that time. According to sources he has much more work ahead of him- but is gaining more strength, speech, and...
After receiving thoughts of well-wishes and prayers, some good news for the former Atlanta Braves skipper. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Bobby Cox is making progress and is in rehab after suffering a stroke earlier this month.
The Atlanta Braves are giving fans a chance to wish their old skipper well after reports he underwent surgery to remove a blood clot.
Support for Hall of Famer and former Atlanta Braves manager, Bobby Cox continues to pour in days after he was hospitalized.
Spring Training is all about trying out new things and seeing things not normally seen during the regular season.
Hall of Famer and Braves former Manager Bobby Cox says he may shed a tear on Sunday as he watches Chipper Jones inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Saturday in Cooperstown started with the 2018 Hall of Fame inductees hitting the green. Chipper Jones and fellow Hall of Famers and his former Atlanta Braves teammates John Smoltz, Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux also in attendance at the Otesaga Resort Hotel.
After this weekend, six members of the great Atlanta Braves teams from the 1990s will be Baseball Hall of Famers: manager Bobby Cox, executive John Schuerholz pitchers Tom Glavine, John Smoltz and Greg Maddux, and soon-to-be-inducted third baseman Chipper Jones. Still, one of those players thinks there should be a few more.
The Atlanta Braves leaned heavily on some of the biggest names from their past to help open their new park.
Ender Inciarte hit the first home run in baseball's newest stadium, local product Nick Markakis drove in the first two runs and the Atlanta Braves beat the San Diego Padres 5-2 Friday night in the regular-season debut for SunTrust Park.
Monday afternoon, the Atlanta Braves will take the field for the final opener at Turner Field after 19 years of calling "The Ted" home.
I can see myself now, 20 years ago today, standing on the couch in my dad's living room as we watched Marquis Grissom camp under that ball and Bob Costas made the call that "the team of the 90's has its world championship."