Longtime Atlanta Braves executive John Schuerholz, who attended City, Towson State and Loyola College, is moving from team president to the advisory role of vice chairman. "I'm not stepping out; I'm not stepping back," Schuerholz, 75, said. "I'm stepping forward, maybe with little bitty steps this time and not the larger steps I've taken over my career." Schuerholz was general manager of the Braves from 1990 to 2007, was GM of the Kansas City Royals from 1981 to 1990 and began his career in the Orioles front office in 1966.
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