Former Atlanta Braves boss Bobby Cox was admitted on Tuesday after having had a stroke, according to reports.
Cox, 77, was introduced to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014 after steering the Braves into a World Series title in 1995 a long-term view of division titles and National League pennants.
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He was named National League Chief of the Year and had his uniformed number 6 retired by Braves after his retirement in 2010.
During Brave’s long successful MLB successes in the 1990s and early 2000s, Cox’s team-mates included Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz, and hitters including Chipper Jones.
Cox previously passed Braves 1978-1981 and Toronto Blue Jays 1982-1985.
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News about Cox’s hospital stay was first ported by Atlanta’s WSB TV.
No further details were immediately available on Cox’s medical condition.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.