Chipper Jones looks like a pretty good No. 1 overall pick no matter which standard you use. When you consider Jeff George (NFL) and Derrick Coleman (NBA) were also No. 1 overall picks in 1990, well, Jones looks positively legendary. But on the day after Jones hit his 450th career home run, is he making a case as one of the best ever? Rank baseball's best third basemen.
Was this the last milestone?
Jones already said he's coming back for 2012, and his contract even includes a club option for 2013. So does he have time to hit 50 more homers?
A challenger in the wings?
Alex Rodriguez has played more games at shortstop than third base, but that may change in the next year or two. Will that change the debate?