Larry Wayne Jones
-- you may know him as Chipper -- was the No. 1 overall pick by the Braves in the 1990 Major League Draft, and quickly arrived in the majors as a shortstop at the end of the '93 season. But after suffering a knee injury that cost him the entire '94 season, he moved to third base in '95 and finished second to the Dodgers' Hideo Nomo in the NL rookie of the year balloting. He remained at third base until 2002, when he moved to left field. He remained there until 2004, when he moved back to third base, the position he still plays after 16 seasons as a Brave.
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