Chipper Jones may be nearing the end of a potential Hall of Fame career and has a career low .436 slugging percentage this season and is hitting .267. The Atlanta Braves are in third place in the NL East eight games behind the first place Phillies. They still have a chance to win the division but time is running out on them with only 21 games left in the 2009 season. A key ingredient to their offense in Chipper Jones has hit only .232 since the All Star break. At the time when they need him to produce the most Jones has hit .107 in September with three hits in his last 28 at bats. He hit .322 in April and March and .312 in May but hit .247 in June and August sandwiching in a .284 month in July. After he won the batting title last season with a .364 mark he seemed to be ready to ha ...
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Article written by Andrew Godfrey