ATLANTA (AP) -- Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones has left Saturday night's game against the Milwaukee Brewers after experiencing dizziness.
Jones ran slowly to first base after hitting a groundout to second base to end the fifth inning. He stood on first base and leaned over as manager Bobby Cox and trainer Jeff Porter met with him.
The Braves said Jones was evaluated by doctors. No cause for the dizziness was reported.
Diory Hernandez replaced Jones at third base.
Jones missed four games in late May with a sore right big toe.
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