MLB: Glavine rejoins Braves as assistant to Schuerholz
ATLANTA — Tom Glavine has rejoined the Atlanta Braves as special assistant to team president John Schuerholz.
The 43-year-old former pitcher will work with Schuerholz on baseball and business projects and will occasionally assist general manager Frank Wren and manager Bobby Cox. Glavine also will be on the Braves radio pregame show at times and be a guest analyst on game broadcasts.
Glavine was 305-203 with a 3.54 ERA from 1987-08, winning 20 games or more five times in 17 seasons with the Braves and spending five years with the New York Mets. He was a 10-time All-Star, won the NL Cy Young Award with Atlanta in 1991 and 1998 and helped the Braves win the 1995 World Series.