Found May 06, 2012 on
The Outside Corner:
After last night's 13-9 Braves win over the Rockies, Rockies starting pitcher Jamie Moyer took some shots at retiring Braves third baseman Chipper Jones. Moyer accused Jones of stealing signs while he was on second base and Brian McCann was at the dish. Chipper responded to Moyer's pistol fire by firing at him with a bazooka.
"That was all on Jamie Moyer," Jones said. "He woke a sleeping giant tonight. He started chirping and it went all downhill from there. He accused me of relaying a sign down 6-2 with a 3-0 count to Brian McCann. I have never relayed a sign to anyone while I'm on second base."
"You question our integrity, that's wrong," Jones said. "I've never accused him of doctoring a baseball. I've never accused him of over-milligraming, nothing. That's [garbage] and he woke us up. I didn't see any signs on the 900-foot homers that were hit."
Moyer gave a no comment after the game, and also before today...
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The Braves overcame a six-run deficit on Saturday to beat the Rockies, 13-9, thanks largely to a five-RBI game by Chipper Jones. But Jamie Moyer provided some added drama to the contest when he accused Jones of relaying signs to batters at home plate. Jones took exception to Moyer’s allegations, as both players were seen exchanging choice words during the fifth inning.
Chipper Jones was still fuming Sunday over claims by Colorado Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer that the Atlanta star had been stealing signs and relaying them to Braves hitters.
''I'm not happy, to say the least,'' Jones said after the Braves completed a three-game sweep of the Rockies with a 7-2 victory on Sunday.
''Any time a grown man gets his integrity...
Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones is still fuming over claims by Colorado pitcher Jamie Moyer that he was stealing signs.
Jones says Moyer was pitching Saturday night at Coors Field when he accused the Braves star of relaying signs from second base.
After the Braves beat the Rockies 7-2 Sunday to complete a sweep, Jones said he didn't appreciate Moyer questioning his...
Two of the oldest players in Major League Baseball are currently in the middle of a fight, and it would probably be pretty funny if the accusations being thrown around weren’t so serious.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer has accused Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones of stealing signs. And Jones isn’t exactly taking that insult in stride.
On Saturday the 40-year...
DENVER (AP) -- Chipper Jones was still fuming Sunday over claims by Colorado Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer that the Atlanta star had been stealing signs and relaying them to Braves hitters.
"I'm not happy, to say the least," Jones said after the Braves completed a three-game sweep of the Rockies with a 7-2 victory on Sunday.
"Any time a grown man gets his integrity...
With career numbers of .304/.402/.533, Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves, is surely one of MLB’s greatest hitters of all-time. Now Chipper makes a bid to be the most accurate hitter of all time. Check out this MLB.com video…Huh???
Atlanta third baseman Chipper Jones watched the video of New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee while shagging batting-practice flyballs last week.
He saw Rivera carted off the field. He heard Rivera, whose career plans beyond this season had been up in the air, then vow to return to the mound in 2013.
And Jones could empathize...
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DENVER (AP) -- Playing from behind in recent games seems to have fueled the Atlanta Braves offense.
Chipper Jones helped the Braves rally once again, matching a career high with five RBIs on three hits, and the Braves overcame a grand slam by Michael Cuddyer to beat the Colorado Rockies 13-9 Saturday night.
Matt Diaz and Jason Heyward also hit back-to-back solo home runs in the...
Mike Minor talks about facing the old man Jamie Moyer in Colorado on Saturday.
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By Tara Rowe
If the Braves were hoping to forget dropping a series at home to the rival Phillies, they definitely put it behind them with a sweep of the Rockies at Coors Field. A series that got off to an incredibly crazy start ended with solid pitching from Brandon Beachy. The Braves are in Chicago today for a 3-game set with the Cubs.
Tim Hudson's Coors Field woes continued...