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Topic - Andrés Galarraga
Bobby Cox reached behind his sunglasses to dab his eyes a few times on Saturday as the Atlanta Braves paid tribute to their longtime manager.
"That will be hard," Galarraga said. "You don't want to retire from this game. You want to be forever."
Galarraga said it won't be easy for Cox to leave the game that has been his life for 50 years as a player and manager.