The Philadelphia Phillies will honor a rival who has terrorized them for nearly two decades.
On Friday before their series with the Atlanta Braves, the Phillies will honor Chipper Jones, who plans on retiring at the end of the season. The Phillies join a handful of teams who already have honored Jones for his illustrious career, all while playing for one team.
Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley, the two longest tenured Phillies, are expected to take part in the ceremony.
Jones, who turned 40 this year, is a career .332/.442/.599 hitter against the Phillies with 49 homers and 151 RBIs in 243 games.