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Apr 20, 2014
Adam Jones had a terrific night at the plate in Sunday’s loss to the Red Sox, going 4-for-5 with a double, RBI and a run scored.
Rotoworld Apr 20, 2014

Adam Jones has four-hit game in losing effort - Adam Jones (OF) Baltimore Orioles

Adam Jones had a terrific night at the plate in Sunday’s loss to the Red Sox, going 4-for-5 with a double, RBI and a run scored.
MASN Sports Apr 16, 2014

Jones switched to designated hitter - School of Roch

Adam Jones no longer is listed as the Orioles' center fielder today. Manager Buck Showalter switched Jones to designated hitter, put David Lough in center and moved Nelson Cruz to left. Jones ran in the outfield earlier to gauge how...

Jones returns to lineup - School of Roch

The grounds crew at Camden Yards scraped the ice off the tarp and the infield this morning. The sun is shining and we're starting on time. Adam Jones will patrol center field today for the Orioles. He's feeling better after yesterday's bout with the virus that's sweeping through the clubhouse....
MASN Sports Apr 16, 2014

Bird Talk: Hunter's velocity increase, Jones shares New York thoughts, change in pie and more - Orioles Buzz

The Orioles kicked off the second week of the season on a high note by winning a series against the division rival Yankees in New York. Adam Jones found himself to be a favorite of the New York tabloids as...
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Orioles notebook: CF Adam Jones, RHP Evan Meek sent home with illness

CF, RHP dealing with same flu-like symptoms that affected others, Buck Showalter said TuesdayThe Orioles sent center fielder Adam Jones and right-handed relief pitcher Evan Meek home from Camden Yards before the game against the Tampa Bay Rays was postponed because of rain.

Jones also sent home, and other notes - School of Roch

Center fielder Adam Jones also has been sent home with flu-like symptoms that are sweeping through the Orioles' clubhouse. Players are covering their noses and constantly using the hand sanitizing dispenser mounted on a wall across from manager Buck Showalter's office. The timing is especially bad for Jones because of...
KFFL Apr 15, 2014

Orioles | Adam Jones ill

Baltimore Orioles OF Adam Jones (illness) is out of the lineup Tuesday, April 15.
MASN Sports Apr 11, 2014

Davis coming close to first home run - School of Roch

Chris Davis hasn't hit a home run this season, but he's got the right opponent to break the streak. Davis has belted 16 homers against the Blue Jays since the start of the 2012 season, and Adam Jones has 14....
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 10, 2014

MLB is reviewing Adam Jones' comments about cheap-shotting 'idiotic' Yankees fans, report says

MLB is reportedly looking into what Jones said after Yankees fans ran on the field earlier this week.
Bronx Banter Apr 10, 2014

A Big Mouth

Adam Jones, owner of a lifetime .322 on base percentage, has so many good, coherent arguments to...
MASN Sports Apr 10, 2014

Zach Wilt: Revisiting Adam Jones and plate discipline - Orioles Buzz

As I watched the Orioles battle the Yankees last night on MASN, I kept a watchful eye on Tweetdeck to read the continuous stream of commentary, as I typically do. On this particular night, one tweet from former major league...
MASN Sports Apr 10, 2014

Adam Jones stays hungry at the MLB Fan Cave - Orioles Buzz

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones is known for many things: his defensive capabilities, his power and, of course, his "Stay Hungry" catchphrase. This week, Jones appeared on MLB Fan Cave's show "Off the Bat," which airs on MTV2. During the...
Newsday Apr 9, 2014

No reason to think that Tanaka signing wasn't good call by Yankees

Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones talked a lot on Tuesday.
Newsday Apr 9, 2014

Orioles' Adam Jones: Let players retaliate if fans run on field

Anybody who expected some foolish fan behavior at Tuesday's Yankees game would not have been disappointed. But it did upset Orioles outfielder Adam Jones to the point of suggesting that when spectators storm the field during play, players should "have a shot to kick them with our metal spikes.''

Adam Jones says he doesn't regret comments; J.J. Hardy hopes to return Friday

Orioles center fielder said it was just his opinion and that he just cares about safetyNEW YORK – Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, whose postgame comments Tuesday about fans who run onto the field during games sparked national headlines, said Wednesday that he doesn’t regret that he said players should be able to “kick them with our metal spikes,” and police should “tase the living [heck] out of them.”

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