Bobby Cox

Birthdate5/21/1941
Death Date
Debut Year1978
Year of Induction2014
Teams Blue Jays, Braves
Position Manager

Bobby Cox holds the record for most career ejections, outpacing #2 John McGraw by more than 20% and doing it in four less seasons!

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In the collection:

Bobby Cox signed dugout lineup card from game that featured Chipper Jones' first MLB hit

Bobby Cox signed dugout lineup card from game that featured Chipper Jones' first MLB hit

In the collection is this lineup card from September 14, 1993. It was posted on the dugout wall of the Atlanta dugout the day Chipper Jones recorded his first big league hit. Filled out entirely in the hand of Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox, the lineup card is signed by the 21-year old Jones, shorts
Greg Maddux surpassed Christy Mathewson's 88-year old NL record; here's Bobby Cox's lineup card from the dugout

Greg Maddux surpassed Christy Mathewson's 88-year old NL record; here's Bobby Cox's lineup card from the dugout

In the collection is this lineup card that hung in the Atlanta dugout on August 7, 2001. That night four-time Cy Young Award winner Greg Maddux passed Christy Mathewson‘s 88-year old National League record of 68 consecutive innings without a walk. Braves skipper Bobby
1998 NLCS Game 3 lineup card signed by Cox - Maddux takes the loss

1998 NLCS Game 3 lineup card signed by Cox - Maddux takes the loss

After losing the first two games of the 1998 NLCS, Bobby Cox gave the ball to Hall of Fame pitcher Greg Maddux to get the Braves back in the series. In the collection is the lineup card from that game that saw Atlanta and Maddux drop to the San Diego Padres 4-1. Maddux thew 81 pitches through five i
Ticket from June 8, 2009 - Bobby Cox's 2000th win as Braves skipper

Ticket from June 8, 2009 - Bobby Cox's 2000th win as Braves skipper

When a manager reaches 2,000 career wins, he’s punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame. Indeed, all ten skippers who reached the plateau have their bust in Cooperstown. Bobby Cox finished with 2,504 wins, good for fourth on the All Time list behind only Connie Mack, John McGraw, and Tony La Rus
Braves scorecard signed by Cox in a game won by Glavine during the World Championship season

Braves scorecard signed by Cox in a game won by Glavine during the World Championship season

During Cox’s reign as Atlanta manager, the Braves reached the post-season 14 years in a row (not counting the year of the 1994 strike). While it was an impressive run, they would only muster one World Series title. In the collection is a lineup card from that lone championship year of 1995. Th

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