June 5, 2008: Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones hits his 400th career home run in a 7-5 victory over the Florida Marlins.

For his career, Jones hit 468 home runs, and had a career batting average of .301.

He won the N.L. MVP in 1999, hitting 45 home runs with a .319 batting averagewell above .300. In 2008, the year he hit his 400th home run, he had his best batting average as a pro, at .364, best in the National League.

Jones spent 19 of his 23 MLB season with the Braves. He was an eight-time time All-Star. Most people expect he will make the Baseball Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible in 2018.

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