Minor league veteran Mitch Jones won’t be a factor in the minor league home run race any more this season. The 2000 seventh-round pick of the Yankees out of Arizona State left for greener pastures in Japan after hitting .303/.402/.697 with 19 homers in 185 at-bats at Triple-A Las Vegas–his first year in the Dodgers organization.
Jones leaves the States a career .248 hitter over 7 1/2 seasons. He amassed 184 homers and 213 doubles while never getting a call to the big leagues despite spending the past 2 1/2 years at the Triple-A level.
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