This is the second part of a two-part interview with retiring Braves legend Chipper Jones.
Chipper Jones has been the heart and soul of the Atlanta Braves for the better part of 19 seasons and is the last remaining player from the 1995 World Championship team still with the team. At 40 years old, hes retiring after 19 seasons with the club. Jones takes a look back at his final season and his career with the Braves in this two-part Q&A.
Q: Was this the kind of last impression that you wanted to leave on the fans?
A: Thats why when I blew out my knee in Houston (in 2010) I didnt peoples last impression was of me to be limping off the field out behind third base in Houston. I want their last impression to be me hitting a game-winning, three-run homer off Jonathan Papelbon. Thats what I want. Or hitting two homers off Jason Marquis on bobblehead night. I want their last impression to be these 25 guys be the last team standing. We have a long to go. If we put it all together at ...