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Yeah, That Leo Mazzone

Leo Mazzone was on the Furman campus Aug. 30 to talk about his new role with the Paladins.

Leo Mazzone was the pitching coach for the Atlanta Braves from 1990-2005, when the Braves won one World Series, five National League pennants and 14 division titles. He coached Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz, all of whom are now in the Baseball Hall of Fame and combined to win six National League Cy Young awards under Mazzone’s tutelage. Now he has agreed to serve as special advisor to Furman’s baseball program. Read more in The Greenville News.

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