38 Facts About Andruw Jones

1. In 2007, in his last season with the Braves, Andruw Jones batted just.

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2. Andruw Jones played better in 2002 and 2003 and made the All-Star team in both seasons.

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3. Andruw Jones made his debut during the 1996 season with the Atlanta Braves.

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4. Andruw Jones has appeared in the All-Star Game five times, and he won both the Hank Aaron Award and a Silver Slugger Award for outfielders in 2005.

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5. Andruw Jones went on to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Texas Rangers (2009), and hit his 400th home run on July 11, 2010, as a member of the Chicago White Sox (2010).

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6. Andruw Jones was released on $2,400 bond late that morning.

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7. Early on the morning of Christmas Day, 2012, Andruw Jones was arrested for battery after police officers responded to a domestic disturbance call between him and his wife Nicole in suburban Atlanta.

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8. Andruw Jones has not stolen at least 10 bases since he stole 11 in 2001.

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9. Andruw Jones currently ranks at 40 on the career home run list.

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10. On December 7, 2012, Andruw Jones agreed to a one-year ¥300 million contract with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of Japan's Pacific League.

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11. Andruw Jones re-signed with the Yankees for the 2012 season on December 30, 2011.

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12. Andruw Jones became a free agent after the World Series.

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13. Andruw Jones scored 41 runs, had 48 RBI and 64 base hits in 107 games, the most games he has appeared in since 2007.

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14. Andruw Jones was faced with an opportunity to play against his old club, the Dodgers.

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15. Andruw Jones hit his first home run as a member of the Rangers in the seventh inning off of Danys Baez.

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16. Andruw Jones was originally intended to be a pinch-hitter for the Rangers, but found a starting outfield role due to an injury to Josh Hamilton.

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17. On January 15, 2009, Andruw Jones was officially released by the Dodgers.

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18. On September 13, 2008, Andruw Jones was put on the 60-day disabled list, putting an end to his very disappointing season with the Dodgers.

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19. Andruw Jones had knee surgery after injuring his knee during batting practice earlier that day.

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20. Andruw Jones was put on the disabled list for the first time in his entire career on May 25, 2008.

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21. Andruw Jones became the first hitter in Atlanta's history to have consecutive seasons of at least 40 homers.

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22. Andruw Jones started the season by hitting a home run off a pitch from Derek Lowe.

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23. Andruw Jones hit a major league-leading 51 home runs, surpassing Hank Aaron's and Eddie Mathews' single-season club record, and winning the Babe Ruth Home Run Award.

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24. Andruw Jones was named to the All Star team, the fourth of his career.

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25. Andruw Jones made his third All Star team and homered in the game.

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26. Andruw Jones became the 11th player in history to homer in 4 straight at-bats.

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27. Andruw Jones maintained a similar batting performance in 2002, but was still playing superb defense.

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28. Andruw Jones won his first of ten straight Gold Glove Awards.

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29. Andruw Jones finished 5th in Rookie of the Year voting.

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30. Andruw Jones hit his first home run of the season against Jeff McCurry of the Rockies.

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31. Andruw Jones was selected to the Braves' post-season roster in 1996.

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32. Andruw Jones spent his early time in the majors playing in right field because established center fielders Marquis Grissom and Kenny Lofton were already entrenched in the position.

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33. Andruw Jones was promoted to Danville of the Appalachian League after only 27 games with the Braves farm team in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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34. Andruw Jones signed with the Atlanta Braves organization as a free agent in 1993 at the age of 16.

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35. Andruw Jones was born on April 23, 1977 in the capital city of Willemstad on the Caribbean island nation of Curacao.

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36. Andruw Jones concluded his MLB career with brief stints for the Rangers, White Sox, and Yankees, transitioning from a center fielder to designated hitter and a fourth outfielder role.

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37. Andruw Jones made his MLB debut during the 1996 season with the Atlanta Braves.

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38. Andruw Jones was an MLB All-Star five times, and he won both the Hank Aaron Award and a Silver Slugger Award for outfielders in 2005.

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