ATLANTA -- One of the overarching stories to come out of the Atlanta Braves' luncheon celebrating Chipper Jones' career is that the former third baseman is, amidts all of his accomplishments, a terrible golfer. That's acceptable, though, for one of the greatest third baseman and switch hitters in the history of baseball.
Hall of Famers flocked to the luncheon -- the most-populated one in Braves history -- to pay their respects to No. 10, from George Brett to Hank Aaron. It's difficult to overlook Jones' incredible career with so many stopping by to pay their respects. Aaron, widely considered one of the greatest players ever, even told Chipper that he "will be in Cooperstown when you are inducted into the Hall of Fame.
So, with the ceremony just hours away, the Chopcast team brings in Braves Radio Network reporter Kevin McAlpin to discuss Jones' luncheon and lasting legacy. Here are a few of the highlights:
-- What were some of the best anecdotes from the luncheo...