Chipper Jones will retire as one of the greatest switch-hitters of all time, likely getting close to 475 home runs, 1,600-plus RBIs and almost certainly a .300-plus career average. He'll have more home runs than all but two third basemen in history — Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt and Eddie Mathews. Neither of them has a .300 career average. Mathews had to wait five years to get into the Hall. Schmidt, who broke most of Mathews' career records for third basemen, went in on his first try.