MLB Rankings: Chipper Jones and 10 Players Who Need to Retire After 2011 Season

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MLB Rankings: Chipper Jones and 10 Players Who Need to Retire After 2011 Season
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Age Before Beauty: 10 Former Stars that Should Consider Throwing in the Towel at Season's End

Hardly 21 seasons ago (or at least that's what we think), the Atlanta Braves selected Chipper Jones with the first overall selection in the 1990 MLB Draft.

He would go on to play for over 20 seasons worth of Hall-of-Fame caliber baseball, including leading the Braves to a World Series title in 1995.

A great career, nonetheless, but what if I told you he's still playing to this very day?

Well, it's true.

Many of the league's most prominent talents of the past two decades are still suiting up today.  Some remain as productive as they've always been.  Some, however, are not.

Here is a concise list composed of 10 players who should probably call it a career after the 2011 season.

Alec Dopp is a Featured Columnist for the Milwaukee Brewers on Bleacher Report.  Follow him on Twitter, and check out his new Brewers beat blog, Brewers Rumors.

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