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October 27, 1995|MIKE DiGIOVANNA

Atlanta Manager Bobby Cox, managing his third World Series in five years, on what it's like going to the Series for the first time: "The fans don't get mad at you if you don't win the first time you go. You have a big parade, they tell you that you did OK. Next year if you go and don't win, they boo."

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Brave third baseman Chipper Jones on how he got his name: "My real name is Larry Wayne Jones Jr. People say I look a lot like my dad--you know, a chip off the old block. It's kind of corny."

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Atlanta reliever Pedro Borbon's save in Game 4 Wednesday night was the first by a rookie in Series play since Todd Worrell of St. Louis against the Kansas City Royals in Game 1 of the 1985 Series.

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