If you ask me, Chipper is the second-best switch hitter of all-time (counting power as well as average) behind the mythical Mickey Mantle.
The only other man that can perhaps challenge Chipper for this honor is Hall of Famer Eddie Murray.
Not taking anything away from Murray, but the fact that he played first base allowed him to produce more in the latter half of his career.
If Chipper played a less physically demanding position, he'd likely have better numbers across the board than the Oriole great.
Even with Chipper playing the hot corner, he still outpaces Murray's batting average by 18 points, his on base percentage by 44 points and has two things Murray doesn't: an MVP and a batting title.
Oh, and not to mention that Chipper Jones has the highest career batting average of any switch hitter since Franklin Roosevelt was in the Oval Office.