SBJ: "Do you have plans to go soon?"
SBJ: "What do you think of the team moving from downtown to Cobb County?"
Turner: "To me, they'll always be the Atlanta Braves, not the Marietta Braves."
SBJ: "Do you watch the team now?"
Turner: "A little bit, on TV, but not much. But we were really successful with the Braves. We drew well, and we set a record for the most consecutive division championships. They moved to Marietta strictly because they could get money (for the ballpark)."
The one-hour documentary, "Courageous," will air at 2:30 p.m. Saturday on NBC. "I think it's an interesting story," Turner, 78, says on an NBC video promoting the show. "I know because I lived it."
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Former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick takes a walk down memory lane during his retirement ceremony on Monday. Video by D. Orlando Ledbetter
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Michael Vick and Roddy White were honored as retired former Falcons on Monday. See D. Orlando Ledbetter's story here.
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