First base is thought to be a spot on the field that can be counted on for producing big offensive numbers, but the way the position has changed in the last year that may no longer be the case.
Check out the top five questions heading into the National League Division Series between the Atlanta Braves and the San Francisco Giants.
Omar Infante is headed to next week's All-Star Game despite complaints he doesn't belong. It's not his fault; all he did was a little bit of everything.
Chipper Jones was the No. 1 overall pick by the Braves in the 1990 draft. And he's stayed put ever since.
In the final season of his 15-year career, Billy Wagner continues to thrive as power closer despite his short stature.
Getting picked off. Forgetting how many outs. Missing signs. Baseball is filled with too many players making mental mistakes.
A lot has changed in Atlanta, but not Chipper Jones, who is still with the Braves and has no intention of going anyplace else.
It seems like an eternity since the Braves spent a summer out of playoff contention, but it's fast becoming a reality this year.
After 16 seasons as the Braves' pitching coach, Leo Mazzone finds himself in a new environment in Baltimore, writes Tim Kurkjian.
Chipper Jones has made it look easy on his way to the Hall of Fame.
Rookies like Wilson Betemit are being forced into playing major roles for the injury-riddled Braves this season, writes Tim Kurkjian.
J.D. Drew and the Braves face a fierce challenge from Roger Clemens, Roy Oswalt and the hot Astros.