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Ike Davis To The Yankees Makes Sense

Do you like Ike? If you are a Mets fan, you probably did at one point. At one time, lots of Met fans were buying the shirts of Ike Davis, and he was very popular. 260 more words

MLB

Former Atlanta Braves star Andruw Jones leaning toward retirement

Andruw Jones, one of the greatest defensive players in baseball history, plans to retire after 20 seasons in the U.S. and Japan.

The five-time All-Star had been contemplating a return to Major League Baseball following two seasons playing professionally in the Japan Pacific League, but at the Atlanta Braves’ FanFest event Saturday he said that he will likely be calling it a career. 160 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Andruw Jones to retire soon, per reports

As a Braves fan, nothing ever became more routine than watching Andruw Jones go back on a fly ball in Turner Field’s outfield in the late 1990s and early 2000s and just knowing he was going to make the catch, even if it meant climbing the wall and leaping above the top of the fence. 471 more words

Sports

Baseball Week ends with an exciting Home Run Derby between Balentien and Sams

Kalian Sams

Andruw Jones, Jonathan Scoop, Coco Balentien

WILLEMSTAD – In a well secured Tio Daou ballpark, the Baseball Week ended with a thrilling Homerun Derby. 407 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: October 20, 1996

Atlanta Braves 19-year old outfielder Andruw Jones, with just 31 career regular season games under his belt, hits two homers in Game 1 of the 1996 World Series making him the fourth rookie in baseball history to homer twice in a World Series game. 16 more words

Baseball

50 home runs in a season is not easy to do unless you're Andruw Jones (September 14, 2005)

Braves’ center fielder Andruw Jones hits his 50th home run on September 14, 2005, in the eighth inning of a 12-4 loss to the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. 220 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

The Story of Dutchmen In Baseball

When you think of baseball you probably think of America’s pastime. When you think of baseball players and where they come from, you probably think of these countries, the United States, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Japan.   399 more words