It’s official. Bobby Cox will retire as manager of the Atlanta Braves at the end of the 2010 season. There has been much speculation in recent days about Cox’s future with the team, and today he finally went public with his decision. The iconic Braves manager inked a one-year extension with Atlanta, ensuring he will remain in his current role with the club for the 2010 season before relinquishing his managerial duties. At the conclusion of the 2010 season, Cox will step aside and begin the first year in a five-year consulting agreement where he will serve in an advisory role with the Braves. Reports have surfaced as of late that the relationship between Cox and Braves general manager Frank Wren has been strained. Gordon Edes of Yahoo! Sports reported that Cox was so upset with ...
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