La Russa named him to replace Matt Kemp on the National League side.
The 40-year old enjoyed his eighth All-Star Game knowing that he'll never be on this kind of stage again.
The 40,000 strong crowd gave him a standing ovation when he pinch hit in the sixth inning.
Then he singled to right, after the game a representative from Cooperstown asked for his bat and cap for the Hall of Fame.
"I'm honored," said Chipper Jones. "Guys coming up to me and asking me if they can have my hat and bat to take to Cooperstown. What am I going to say? Wait till I break it. No, I'm going to gladly give it up because I'm going to take my kids there. And it'll be pretty cool for them to see stuff from their dad in the Hall of Fame..."