Chipper Jones On Why Andruw Jones Should Have Been in This Year’s Hall of Fame Class

FILE – Former Atlanta Braves player, Andruw Jones waves to the crowd as he is honored, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023, in Atlanta. Jones who won 10 Gold Gloves in a career that began with 12 seasons in Atlanta, became the 11th Braves player or manager to have his number retired on Saturday night. The honor could add momentum to his candidacy for the Baseball Hall of Fame. Jones’ 25 was retired before the Braves’ game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

He’s 100% a Hall of Famer, you know, I mean, you look at those numbers, probably one of the most feared hitters, you know, ever.

I just. I feel terrible for him because the, you know, the couple of years that he was here, he was tremendous. He was great. He was great in the clubhouse. All the guys loved him. He played hard, he played every single day.

And he was so fun to watch, and it’s just, you know, it’s a lot like the the whole Bonds and Clemens dispute, you know, it’s just it’s…it’s a shame, you know.


ATLANTA – Atlanta Braves Baseball Hall of Famer Chipper Jones, joined Nick Cellini and Chris Dimino, to talk about the anniversary of becoming a Hall of Famer, those that did not get in this year but should have including former teammate Andruw Jones, and much MORE!

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