Chipper: Moyer off base about sign stealing

Chipper: Moyer off base about sign stealing

Chipper: Moyer off base about sign stealing
DENVER -- Chipper Jones exited Coors Field late Saturday night incensed that Jamie Moyer had accused him of relaying signs from second base. The Braves' third baseman continued to talk about the incident when he returned early Sunday morning.

Jones said he believes Moyer is paranoid because he spent most of the past five years playing for the Phillies, a team the 40-year-old third baseman said is known for stealing signs.

"He is so paranoid that every single team does it, which is not the case," Jones said. "The only people I remember doing it in this organization was [Jeff] Blauser and [Mark] Lemke. Those are the only two guys that I ever knew of that would either give location or give signs from second base. Since then, nobody has done it."

Jones has had many teammates since Blauser and Lemke ended their days in Atlanta after the 1997 season. While there certainly could have been a few Braves that have attempt