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ATLANTA - John Schuerholz completed what he called the best negotiation of my entire career by convincing his longtime friend John Hart to accept the role of president of baseball operations.With Hart taking the newly created title on Thursday, the Braves arent looking for a general manager. The 66-year-old Hart agreed to a three-year contract that will continue through the teams first season at its new stadium in Cobb County.Hart became interim general manager Sept. 22. The team had sought a full-time replacement for Frank Wren, who was fired last month after a 79-83 finish this season.Hart, Schuerholz and former Braves manager Bobby Cox formed the GM search committee. Hart said last month his only interest was in the interim job, but Schuerholz, the team president, wouldnt accept that as a final answer.We met as transition team quite a number of times and when we were at the meetings invariably Id pull out my list and Id say OK, are we going to talk about the GMs? Hart said. At some point John would get up, hed take a phone call, hed go to the bathroom. ... I think all along I did feel and know that John clearly wanted me to take this job.Hart, the former GM for the Rangers and Indians, joined the Braves last year as a senior adviser.Schuerholz described Hart as a man who has demonstrated great ability in constructing winning baseball organizations, winning baseball teams, creating staffs of very capable people empowered to do great jobs in each of the organizations he has run.Hart said he has turned down similar opportunities with other teams that lacked the personal component he has with Schuerholz.Schuerholz, who was the Royals GM before taking over as the Braves GM in 1990, returned to Kansas City for Game 1 of the World Series this week. He said he was asked by owners and executives why he hadnt convinced Hart to take the full-time role in Atlanta.Schuerholz said he was told it would be great to have Hart back in baseball.So I was motivated by that and came back and had my last and final conversation with my dear friend, Schuerholz said. I was able to persuade him this was the place to be and this was the organization he could have so much of an impact on in a very positive and energetic way and get us to where we want to be, and thats at the very top, the gold standard baseball organization that we have always been regarded as.Schuerholz said assistant GM John Coppolella will be Harts right-hand man.Coppy was a big part of the reason I took this job, Hart said. I think you will see Coppy is a young man who is going to develop and grow.Schuerholz sat with Kansas City GM Dayton Moore at the World Series. 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Guys get big hits. You go through these streaks where its fun to be a part of and tough to get us out. Were just going to ride this streak out as long as we can." Philadelphia starter Roberto Hernandez allowed four runs - three earned - on seven hits in five innings while coming within one strikeout of matching his career high with nine. "Hernandez threw the ball well," Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said. "He was mixing his pitches and did a nice job." Brewers starter Matt Garza gave up four runs - three earned - on eight hits in six innings with four strikeouts and two walks. "I couldnt really find a groove," GGarza said.dddddddddddd "I fought myself for six and am happy to keep my team in there. All that matters is the W. We stack as many as we can and see what happens at the end of September. Thats what you play for." The teams combined for five runs on four hits and two errors in a shaky first inning where both teams looked in early season form. Milwaukee scored a pair of the runs in the top half, bolstered by four-time Gold Glove winner Jimmy Rollins rare error at shortstop. It was a continuation of a problem for Philadelphia, which upped its total to nine errors in eight games. Sandberg, in his first full season as a manager after taking over for fired Charlie Manuel last Aug. 16, has stressed getting back to fundamental baseball. "We definitely have to straighten things up," Sandberg said. "Were working on it." Philadelphia took the lead with three runs in the bottom half that included a Garza balk and second baseman Scooter Gennetts throwing error. Seguras second-inning RBI double tied it at 3 and the Brewers went ahead 4-3 on Gomezs solo homer to left in the fourth. As is his custom, Gomez eschewed the traditional home-run trot for an all-out sprint around the bases. Marlon Byrds single to centre in the fifth tied it at 4. 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