Chipper Jones chats with Seen from the INside about growing up in Florida with a father “that was a baseball man” and spending all his spare time in and around a baseball field. During his first visit to Atlanta for a baseball tournament, he went to watch his first MLB game at Atlanta Braves Stadium and Chipper recalls a story about, “During the very first inning, I saw the first Braves hitter bat a home run, the second hitter boom! another home run and the third man that took the plate got into a fight because he was hit by a flying pitch. I knew then and there that I wanted to play for the Atlanta Braves and I guess, I never looked back.” His platform to give back to community stems from his father’s wisdom “to always remember where you come from and give to those that don’t have the same opportunities that you were given” so he started the Chipper Jones Family Foundation that gives to an array of charities both in Atlanta and in Central Florida (where Chipper is from). Camp Twin Lakes, nonprofit organization, introduced Chipper to a 8-year-old boy with Cystic Fibrosis and since his young death, Chipper’s foundation continues to raise thousands of dollars to find a cure for CF (or “65 Roses” as some CF patients call the disease). Have a seat and listen to Chipper Jones tell stories from his past, make you laugh from his childhood antics and relish in how he is inspired to give back to be the “best man he can be”.