Andruw Jones RAKUTEN

Age: 45 (April 23, 1977) | 6' 1" | 225lbs. | Bats: Right
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
ATL NL 1996 31 106 11 23 7 29 7 1 5 13 3 0 .217 .265 .443 6 26 .250 n/a
ATL NL 1997 153 399 60 92 56 107 18 1 18 70 20 11 .231 .329 .416 12 23 .267 n/a
ATL NL 1998 159 582 89 158 40 129 33 8 31 90 27 4 .271 .321 .515 6 21 .298 n/a
ATL NL 1999 162 592 97 163 76 103 35 5 26 84 24 12 .275 .365 .483 11 15 .295 n/a
ATL NL 2000 161 656 122 199 59 100 36 6 36 104 21 6 .303 .366 .541 8 14 .310 n/a
ATL NL 2001 161 625 104 157 56 142 25 2 34 104 11 4 .251 .312 .461 8 20 .269 n/a
ATL NL 2002 154 560 91 148 83 135 34 0 35 94 8 3 .264 .366 .512 13 20 .285 n/a 26
ATL NL 2003 156 595 101 165 53 125 28 2 36 116 4 3 .277 .338 .513 8 19 .293 n/a 29
ATL NL 2004 154 570 85 149 71 147 34 4 29 91 6 6 .261 .345 .488 11 23 .303 n/a 21
ATL NL 2005 160 586 95 154 64 112 24 3 51 128 5 3 .263 .347 .575 10 17 .240 n/a 35
ATL NL 2006 156 565 107 148 82 127 29 0 41 129 4 1 .262 .363 .531 12 19 .264 n/a 28
ATL NL 2007 154 572 83 127 70 138 27 2 26 94 5 2 .222 .311 .413 11 21 .242 n/a 13 12
LAN NL 2008 75 209 21 33 27 76 8 1 3 14 0 1 .158 .256 .249 11 32 .229 n/a -5 -3
TEX AL 2009 82 281 43 60 45 72 18 0 17 43 5 1 .214 .323 .459 14 22 .221 n/a 7 6
CHA AL 2010 107 278 41 64 45 73 12 1 19 48 9 2 .230 .341 .486 14 22 .239 n/a 13 11
NYA AL 2011 77 190 27 47 29 62 8 0 13 33 0 0 .247 .356 .495 13 28 .296 45/15/41 8 7
NYA AL 2012 94 233 27 46 28 71 7 0 14 34 0 0 .197 .294 .408 10 26 .212 36/15/48 4 4
Career 17yrs 2196 7599 1204 1933 891 1748 383 36 434 1289 152 59 .254 .337 .486 10 20 .273 n/a
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More from Jon Heyman In the New York Post today...

Andruw Jones #22 of the National League Team bats during the MLB USA Baseball All-American Game
Druw Jones — son of ex-MLb star Andruw jones — is seen as a possible No. 1 draft pick.
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Druw Jones, son of Andruw, is being scouted extensively by the Orioles who have the first pick. He’s said to be one of five under consideration … One has to wonder if its worth it for Atlanta beating star 3B Austin Riley over relative pennies ($3.95M, not $4.2M) in arbitration after he helped win the World Series, especially via an in-season hearing? Or if it’s worth taking more key players to a hearing (Max Fried, Dansby Swanson, Adam Duvall)? The Braves, the one corporately owned US team and a major money maker, are outstanding at negotiation and saving loot. But could having many underpaid players wear on a roster?… No system is perfect. But someone will need to explain how Ian Happ (a very good player but not Riley) gets $4.1M as a first time arbitration eligible player, and Riley 150K less.


Alex Patton Alex
May 13

Good one, Tim!

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Mar 4