Longtime former Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones, who retired after the 2012 season, is thought to be among favorites for 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame induction in his first year on the ballot.
Longtime former Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones, who retired after the 2012 season, is thought to be among favorites for 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame induction in his first year on the ballot. Pouya Dianat-AP
Longtime former Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones, who retired after the 2012 season, is thought to be among favorites for 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame induction in his first year on the ballot. Pouya Dianat-AP

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