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Atlanta Braves to retire No. 10

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The Braves will retire No. 10 for Chipper Jones and induct him into the team’s hall of fame on June 28.

The Braves made the announcement on Tuesday. They plan to hold a banquet and ceremony honoring Jones before a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Jones played for the Braves for all of his two-decade career. He won the NL MVP in 1999 and won the batting title back in 2008.

Jones’ 10 will join Hank Aaron’s 44, Eddie Mathews’ 41, Dale Murphy’s 3, Phil Niekro’s 35, Warren Spahn’s 21, Greg Maddux’s 31, Tom Glavine’s 47, Bobby Cox’s 6, and John Smoltz’s 29 as other jerseys retired by the Braves.

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