Atlanta Braves legend Chipper Jones Compares John Smoltz to his "Six Year Old" and a Tuna

The Atlanta Braves broadcast created many fun moments with their four-man booth. The Braves are also 2-0 in games with Smoltz, Glavine, Chipper, and Frenchy on the call. We highlight one particularly memorable moment from the last broadcast.

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Atlanta Braves fans have had the pleasure of seeing Braves' legends take to the booth to call the games on Bally Sports. Twice this year they have gone with the four-man booth, which included Tom Glavine (HOF), John Smoltz (HOF), Chipper Jones (HOF), and Jeff Francoeur.

The most recent four-man booth took place on Wednesday, August 23rd in a 7-0 victory over the Mets. The victory made the Braves 2-0 in four-man booth games. Both wins came at the expense of the Mets.

The booth is full of longtime teammates and a part of what fans enjoy is the camaraderie between the former players. Not only do they provide insights from some of the greatest perspectives in baseball history, but they also bring tons of entertainment.

When they announced they would be doing another four-man booth, it was "hyped" with this video full of broadcasters and former players ripping on the group.

Of course, it's all in good fun... I think. The four-man booth is a smash hit. It brought us fun moments like the one below. In the clip, Chipper Jones explains how Pete Alonso took a beanball to the ribs "like a man" and then compared it to John Smoltz who looked like his six-year-old child. Smoltz immediately claimed the ball hit him in the kidney. He tried to cut through the laughter of the other men by saying he had a hard time breathing, but there was no sympathy.

Fans on Twitter joined in the mockery of the Braves' legend by comparing him to Roger Dorn from the movie Major League. The resemblance is uncanny.

Chipper compared Smoltz to his six-year-old and to a tuna flopping around on the ground. Chipper was near tears at one point and exclaimed, "I've been waiting my whole life for that one..."

"Look how a grown man takes it (referring to Alonso) and how my six-year-old son takes it!"

"If you could have seen me at the end of the dugout in Colorado, I was literally doing the same thing Smoltzie was doing, laughing on the floor!"

We hope Bally Sports and the Braves can bring the four-man booth back more regularly. It makes for Atlanta victories and memorable moments in the booth, such as this.