Who do you think is the all-time best Atlanta Braves player?

Chipper Jones - Chipper Jones
@cnetboss (2477)
Philippines
November 27, 2006 8:11pm CST
Aside from Hank Aaron, I would say Chipper and Andrew Jones.
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• United States
9 Dec 06
Andres Galaraga (i just killed his last name) or the 2 Jones players, all 3 are up there. although i have to ask, current players or not? John Smoltz is also a good choice.
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• United States
31 Dec 06
You did good. Just missing one R. Galarraga.
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@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
Galarraga was one of the best 1st baseman for the braves when he was with them.
@samsonskola (3357)
• United States
3 Dec 06
hey! finally another braves fan! i lived all my life in atlanta until about 12 years ago, and i still follow the braves...i think aside from hank aaron(and i was at the ballpark when he hit his record-breaker)i would have to say it would be Dale Murphy. He was such a great guy, and a great all around player. He could have played any position he wanted to, and was very nice to the fans. My son still has the hat he autographed for him! Nice to meet another fan!
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@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
Good for you and for your son. Thanks for the response.
• United States
3 Dec 06
I would say Hank,Andrew,Smoltz,and maybe Terry Pendelton for what he gave in leadership when we needed it
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@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
thanks for reminding me of Terry Pendleton. He's the Braves Hitting Coach now. He might succeed Bobby Cox if Cox retires.
@randyw (216)
• Russell, Kansas
29 Nov 06
Dale Murphy was pretty great for awhile. But if Hank Aaron is out of the equation, I'd have to go with John Smoltz. He's been way too good for way too long. It would've been Maddux, but he's since deparated.
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
I would agree with you. the pitching trio of Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz was the best.
• India
29 Nov 06
Hank Aaron
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@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
Aaron is a no-brainer. the best Brave
• United States
31 Dec 06
Dale Murphy, Phil Niekro, and Warren Spahnn runs head to head.
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@jcvelina (1256)
• Philippines
9 Dec 06
the best atlanta braves player would be hank aaron. aside from him. i think the best would be greg maddux. during his first three years with the braves he won the straight cy cyoung awards and he anchored the best starting rotation in the late 90s. also during the 2004-2005 season he was the first pitcher since 1918 to have ERAs beloow 1.80. his only blemish is a not so good postseason record. a close second would be john smoltz, a very good postseason pitcher and an even bigger person. for position players, i would have to agree with you. the joneses are the best position players they have right now.
@buldwgz (1483)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Hank Aaron, by far. After that, Eddie Matthews, Chipper Jones, Dale Murphy and Andruw Jones.
@buldwgz (1483)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Oh, how could I forget Phil Niekro or Warren Spahn? Shame on Me!
@chuggs (314)
• United States
27 Jan 07
Hank Arron of course. Andrew is good, as is Chipper. Smoltz is a wonderful pitcher. They've had so many good ones over the years.
• United States
4 Feb 07
hank chipper and andrew are all good.. but i have got to say in his first couple of years laying i like rafeal furcal.. the speed on him was unreal there were times i thought he was gonna steal first to third like nothing
@Deepizzaguy (14484)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
28 Mar 16
Hank Aaron, the late Rick Camp and Chipper Jones.
@aville44 (125)
• United States
27 Aug 08
its without a doubt hank aaron. you could also include chipper in there... but as of recent not andrew jones. hes doing awful in l.a.
@nonavy04 (123)
• United States
11 Apr 07
Yes, the Jones boys are very good but what about more players of the past like Dale Murphy, Glen Hubbard or Sid? What about when they had the Tom Glavine, Gregg Maddox, John Smoltz and Steve Aivery on the pitching staff?
@nonavy04 (123)
• United States
11 Apr 07
Yes, the Jones boys are very good but what about more players of the past like Dale Murphy, Glen Hubbard or Sid? What about when they had the Tom Glavine, Gregg Maddox, John Smoltz and Steve Aivery on the pitching staff?