CJ

(redirected from Chipper Jones)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
CJCriminal Justice
CJCivilian Jeep (first civilian models of the post WWII Willys Jeep)
CJCommission Junction (website)
CJChief Justice
CJCayman Islands
CJCarl Johnson (gaming character, GTA: San Andreas)
CJCobra Jet (Ford engine)
CJComputer Journal
CJCounty Jail
CJCongressional Justification
CJCity Journal (Simcity 4)
CJCalvin Johnson
CJCourt of Justice
CJCitizen Journalist
CJCombined Joint (US DoD)
CJConcord Jazz (record label; Concord Music Group)
CJCave Johnson (gaming character)
CJCave Junction (Oregon)
CJCranberry Juice
CJClaim Jumper (Restaurant Chain)
CJChipper Jones (baseball player)
CJConsumption Junction
CJChaminade-Julienne (school in Dayton, OH)
CJCarl's Junior (fast food chain)
CJClassical Journal (American journal on classical history)
CJChris Jericho (wrestler)
CJCouncil Jurisdiction (UK)
CJCommodity Jurisdiction (State Department)
CJContact Juggling
CJCold Junction (thermocouple circuitry)
CJCompany Jerk
CJChairman Joint Chiefs of Staff
CJCodejunkies (action replay website)
CJChristopher Judge (actor)
CJCasino Journal
CJCaptain Janeway (Star Trek character)
CJCable Jack
CJCircle Jump (gaming)
CJCyber Jockey (maniaTV)
CJCastlevania Judgment (video game)
CJCentijoule (energy unit)
CJCrane, Jib
CJJosephite Fathers (religious order)
CJCompression Joint
CJCaffeine Junkie
CJContractjack (PC video game)
CJCafejam
CJCanadian Judgements
CJCompass Jade
CJCapital Justification
CJCumulative Jitter
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Despite doubts about his Hall of Fame credentials, Baines, a dependable left-handed hitter with a smooth swing, did finish with five more RBIs than first-ballot Hall of Famer Chipper Jones (in 824 more at-bats) and lost more than 120 games to two work stoppages that deprived him of an opportunity to reach 3,000 hits, one of the benchmarks for selection to the Hall of Fame.
One such player was Chipper Jones, a member of the Hall of Fame's Class of 2018.
The designated hitter moved past Joe DiMaggio into 46th place on the career RBI list with 1,538, and also broke a tie with Chipper Jones for 32nd place on the homer list with his 469th shot.
Three seasons ago, in addition to his already successful show, Danker teamed up with Major League Baseball player Chipper Jones and former player Matt Duff to start a show entitled "Major League Bowhunter." Also airing on the Sportsman Channel, the show chronicles the seasons of the three passionate hunters sharing successes and failures while traveling the nation in search of mature bucks.
"If Chipper Jones wants to come back, I'd love to have Chipper," said Cashman.
"You never want to see something get violent like that," said Braves third baseman Chipper Jones, who played his final game.
Both road teams won, it was Chipper Jones (http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/j/jonesch06.shtml?utm_source=direct&utm_medium=linker&utm_campaign=Linker)' last game of his career, the Orioles were back in the playoffs after a drought of 14 years, and along the way there was the "Infield Fly Rule" debacle, and a host of errors by the Braves.
Realtree video projects also allowed Jordan to develop relationships with athletes and performers such as Peyton Manning, Chipper Jones, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.
Whitetail" Larry Weishuhn with a brand-new series, "A Hunter's Life." Sportsman Channel is bringing American heroes to the forefront with retired Green Beret Greg Stube and his new series, "Coming Home with Greg Stube." Atlanta Braves superstar Chipper Jones drops the bat and picks up a bow as he joins hosts Jeff Danker and Matt Duff on the all-new series "Major League Bowhunter." InterMedia Outdoors' award-winning programming lineup also includes new episodes from established series "Guns & Ammo," "North American Whitetail," "Bowhunter TV" and "Petersen's Hunting Adventures."
Chipper Jones singled to left center to start the Atlanta offense.
In the National League, Sammy Sosa was cited the most often (847), followed by Chipper Jones (745), Todd Helton (655), and Tom Glavine (540).
ATLANTA BRAVES veteran Chipper Jones is a figure of hate in New York where fans love to jeer him every time he plays the Mets.