Bobby Cox: Honor Retirement with Personalized Photo Albums

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Atlanta Braves’ Manager Bobby Cox ended his career last night with a 3-2 loss over the San Francisco Giants in the first round of the playoffs. As the series came to a close, the Giants tipped their hats to Cox while Braves fans turned their eyes to the jumbotron to watch a video tribute to the retiring manager. Cox has spent more than half of a century in a baseball uniform- as a player, coach, manager and general manager- finishing fourth for the number of regular season wins. Cox is not alone in his decision to retire this year; he is joined by the Chicago Cubs’ Lou Piniella, the New York Yankees’ Joe Torre, and others. For all those retiring this year, whether a Major League Manager or just an average Joe, consider honoring that person’s contributions to your organization with personalized photo albums.


Personalized photo albums help recipients to cherish their personal memories. When imprinted with the name and logo of the organization from which the person is retiring, photo albums also ensure that the recipient associates their happy memories and accomplishments with that team or company. You can also choose multi-functional photo albums, such as those that include clocks or journal books, to prepare recipients for the next stage of their life.

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2 comments

Personalized Photo Albums

But I think Bobby won’t really retire from his passion to playing (or even watching) Baseball. :)

I admit, I’m really sad to see Bobby Cox go. I always thought he was an excellent manager for my favorite team. :)

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