Tuesday, June 1, 2004
Jack Llewellyn, a sports psychologist who has worked with the Atlanta Braves and other high-profile athletes, is battling multiple sclerosis.
Doctors believe the nervous system disease was triggered in an October automobile accident.
Llewellyn has helped pitcher John Smoltz and slugger Chipper Jones of
the Braves, as well as NASCAR driver Tony Stewart and pro golfer Franklin
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