Celebrating Bobby Cox’s Retirement With A Giant Corn Field Maze
When Atlanta Braves Manager Bobby Cox announced that this would be his final year as a bench-boss in the MLB, many of those who knew and loved the 69-year-old legend began to think of ways to honor his storied career and thank him for a job well done.
First there was that embarrassing spelling mistake on his cake at Capitol Hill. And now this.
What better way to celebrate Cox’s retirement than by taking a trip through this five mile corn field maze created by Southern Belle Farm in McDonough, GA. And if that wasn’t enough to tickle your fancy, they also offer hay rides, pumpkin patches, miniature pig racing, a barnyard animal petting zoo, pictures with the corn cannon, and cow train rides.
With all of these activities to offer, it is not hard to imagine where Bobby will be spending all that free time. Although at 69 years of age, something tells me he may very well be spending most of it trying to get through that six-acre maze.
Hat Tip – [Big League Stew]