Vote: Braves’ best third baseman of all time


Chipper Jones leads most statistical categories at third base in Atlanta. Eddie Mathews played the bulk of his Braves career in Milwaukee. 

Of the Braves’ 11 retired numbers, two belong to the third basemen -- also baseball Hall of Famers. 

So who do you think is the Braves’ best third baseman of all-time?

Vote up your favorites to rank these options. Comment with any you feel have been left out.

Previously: Vote for best starting pitcherVote for best closerVote for best catcherVote for best first baseman | Vote for best second baseman

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