Being able to win the World Series is the ultimate prize in baseball. It is the accumulation of so much time and effort put in throughout your whole career. Lucky enough for Chipper Jones he was able to win one, when many players do not get that chance.
The Braves were able to win the 1995 World Series beating the Cleveland Indians four games to two.
Former Braves president and general manager, John Schuerholz, had this to say about Jones, according to Tyler Kepner of the New York Times:
"He has had the true heart of a Brave in him," Schuerholz said. "He didn't just talk it. He lives it. He demonstrated it, he believed it, and that's what he wanted to be. He could have planned to leave and go elsewhere. He didn't. He never wanted to."
It goes to show you the impact he had on the Braves organization as a whole. He was able to help bring them a World Series, and also lead them to many more close calls. The Braves were his team and never will he stray from that way of thinking.