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Braves set to retire pitcher Glavine’s number

The Associated Press
| Wednesday, May 12, 2010 12:00 a.m

ATLANTA — Tom Glavine is joining Hank Aaron, Warren Spahn, former teammate Greg Maddux and three others as the seventh Braves player to have his uniform number retired. The Braves will induct Glavine into the team’s Hall of Fame and retire the two-time NL Cy Young winner’s No. 47 on Aug. 6.

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