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Jul 20, 2024 0 0 0 1 1
Jul 12, 2024 1 0 0 1 0.5
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Jun 28, 2024 3 2 0 1

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Jahmai Jones saw big-league action last season for the first time since 2021, though he ended up appearing in just seven games for the Brewers. He had a strong offensive campaign at Triple-A with 12 homers and an .879 OPS in 103 games, with a .268 average being a marked improvement on his previous performance in the upper minors. Budget-conscious Milwaukee is a favorable home for the 26-year-old, with Willy Adames being the only established player on the infield depth chart. Jones still isn't likely to be on the fantasy radar, but he could carve out a decent role in 2024 with a hot start if/when he receives that MLB opportunity.

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2024 250.8 7 1 4 2 1 .256
2023 8.51.2 2 3 1 1 .200
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3y Avg. 80.7 2 2 2 1 .154
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  • Yankees' Jahmai Jones: Records three hits in another start

    Jones went 3-for-5 with two runs and an RBI in Friday's 16-5 victory versus the Blue Jays. Jones was plugged into the No. 9 spot in the order while serving as the team's designated hitter in his third start over New York's past four games. The 26-year-old responded with his first multi-hit game of the campaign -- in fact, his three knocks Friday equaled the amount of hits he had collected over his previous 18 plate appearances coming into the contest. Jones has been used mostly as a pinch runner and defensive replacement this season, though he could continue to see more opportunities in the short term while Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) remains on the injured list.
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  • Yankees' Jahmai Jones: Swats first big-league homer

    Jones went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk against the Rays in Sunday's 10-6 victory. Jones enjoyed a career milestone when he belted a solo shot in the third inning for his first major-league home run. It was a rare opportunity for him to make an impact -- though Jones has stuck on the Yankees' roster throughout the campaign, Sunday marked just his second start, and he's seen only 10 plate appearances overall. Jones has gone 2-for-8 with a walk and a hit-by-pitch in his limited turns at the dish.
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  • Yankees' Jahmai Jones: Getting limited opportunities

    Jones has appeared in just nine games for the Yankees this season, going 1-for-6 with one run and four strikeouts. Jones has remained on the big-league roster throughout the campaign, but he's made just one start, functioning almost exclusively as a pinch runner or defensive replacement. The 26-year-old's speed and defensive versatility make him useful in those roles, though his ability to remain with the big club may be more strongly tied to the fact that he's out of minor-league options. It's difficult to envision Jones becoming a viable fantasy asset given his very limited work and his career .178/.229/.451 slash line as a major-leaguer.
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  • Yankees' Jahmai Jones: In running for roster spot

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Monday that Jones is in the mix for an Opening Day roster spot, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. New York claimed Jones off waivers from Milwaukee in late February, and he put together a respectable .286/.429/.500 slash line with a home run, four RBI, a stolen base and a 7:8 BB:K over 14 games this spring. The 26-year-old has compiled a paltry .179/.233/.226 slash line with no homers and two thefts over 90 major-league regular-season plate appearances across three seasons, with his biggest chunk of playing time coming with Baltimore in 2021. Jones is out of minor-league options, so he'd be subjected to waivers if the Yankees don't include him on the Opening Day roster. If he does break camp with the club, he'd be a bench option capable of playing both the outfield and infield, and he could help make up for DJ LeMahieu opening the season on the injured list due to a foot injury.
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  • Yankees' Jahmai Jones: Claimed by Yankees

    The Yankees claimed Jones off waivers from the Brewers on Wednesday. The Yanks deem Jones a better fit for their roster than Jordan Groshans, who was designated for assignment in a corresponding move. Jones has a career .460 OPS in 90 plate appearances across parts of three major-league seasons.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Exits 40-man roster

    The Brewers designated Jones for assignment Wednesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Milwaukee needed to clear a spot on its 40-man roster after announcing the re-signing of Brandon Woodruff, and Jones ended up being the casualty. Jones, 26, has a career .460 OPS in 90 plate appearances across parts of three major-league seasons. His versatility could make him appealing to some clubs once he hits waivers.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Optioned to Nashville

    The Brewers optioned Jones to Triple-A Nashville on Saturday. With the acquisition of Carlos Santana from Pittsburgh, Jones will be forced off the Brewers' active roster to create space for the veteran first baseman. After a hot start to his career as a Brewer with a three-run double in his debut, Jones cooled off and is just 2-for-10 at the plate this season.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Getting start at DH

    Jones is starting at designated hitter and batting eighth in Monday's contest versus the Reds. The right-handed hitting Jones is getting the call at DH over the left-handed hitting Jesse Winker against Reds righty Graham Ashcraft, who has fared better versus lefties this season. It's only Jones' second start in eight games since being recalled from Triple-A Nashville.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Rejoins big-league team

    The Brewers recalled Jones from Triple-A Nashville on Sunday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. After being sent down earlier in the week, Jones will return with Brian Anderson (back) landing on the 10-day injured list. While Jones put together a respectable .292/.427/.542 line in 62 games with the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate earlier this season, he's not starting Sunday, and the Brewers don't seem inclined to give him a serious look as a regular.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Sent down to Triple-A

    Jones was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Monday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Jones fared well during his week with the big club, but he wasn't playing much and will now return to the minors. The Brewers will announce a corresponding move prior to the start of the second half.
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  • Brewers' Jahmai Jones: Catches on with Milwaukee

    Jones signed a major-league contract with the Brewers and was added to the 26-man active roster ahead of Monday's game against the Cubs. Before he opted out of his minor-league deal with the Dodgers over the weekend, the 25-year-old infielder has spent the entirety of the 2023 season at Triple-A Oklahoma City and put together a .292/.427/.542 slash line over 263 plate appearances. Jones will now get the opportunity to return to the big leagues with the Brewers, who are in need of added infield depth in the short term after Brian Anderson was placed on the paternity list Monday. Jones could end up serving as a short-side platoon player while he's up with the big club.
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  • Jahmai Jones: Opts out of deal

    Jones opted out of his contract and was released by the Dodgers on Saturday, Alex Freedman of the Oklahoma City Dodgers reports. Jones has been solid in Triple-A this season, slashing .292/.427/.542 with nine homers and 34 RBI through 263 plate appearances. He should have no problem finding another organization willing to take him in and could even reach the majors if his performance holds up.
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  • Dodgers' Jahmai Jones: Reassigned to MiLB camp

    Jones was reassigned Monday to minor-league camp by the Dodgers. Jones was trying to win a spot on the Dodgers' bench this spring, but a .067/.125/.067 slash in 16 Cactus League plate appearances doomed him to the minors. The former Angels and Orioles prospect will all but assuredly open the 2023 season with Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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  • Dodgers' Jahmai Jones: Catches on with Dodgers

    Jones (elbow) signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on July 23 and was placed on the full-season minor-league injured list. Jones was released by the Orioles in early June, a few days after he underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery. By signing with the Dodgers, Jones will have the ability to conduct his rehab process in a team structure, and depending on how quickly he's able to start throwing again, he could be back to full health for spring training. Jones, 25, appeared in 29 games in the majors between stops with the Angels and Orioles in 2020 and 2021 and slashed .212/.339/.343 in 118 plate appearances at Triple-A Norfolk this season before being cut loose by Baltimore.
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  • Jahmai Jones: Clears release waivers

    Jones (elbow) cleared unconditional release waivers and became a free agent Saturday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Jones underwent Tommy John surgery last week and will now hit free agency after being released by Baltimore. Since the 24-year-old was designated for assignment while hurt, the Orioles were forced to place him on release waivers after he went unclaimed on waivers. However, Jones will have the option to re-sign with the Orioles now that he's officially a free agent.
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  • Jahmai Jones: Placed on release waivers

    Jones (elbow) was placed on unconditional release waivers by the Orioles on Friday. Jones was designated for assignment by the Orioles last weekend, and the team had to either trade him or release him since he's currently injured. If the 24-year-old goes unclaimed on release waivers, he'll have the option of re-signing with the Orioles.
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  • Orioles' Jahmai Jones: Designated for assignment

    Jones (elbow) was designated for assignment by the Orioles on Saturday. Jones has been at Triple-A Norfolk to begin the season, but he underwent Tommy John surgery Friday and will likely miss the rest of the year. The 24-year-old will cede his spot on the 40-man roster but will likely remain in the organization if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Orioles' Jahmai Jones: Undergoes Tommy John surgery

    Jones (elbow) underwent successful Tommy John surgery Friday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Jones was placed on the 7-day minor-league injured list in mid-May due to right elbow inflammation, and he'll miss significant time following Friday's procedure. While position players don't usually require as much recovery time following Tommy John surgery, he'll require several months to recover, and it seems likely that he'll be sidelined for the remainder of the 2022 season.
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  • Orioles' Jahmai Jones: Out with elbow inflammation

    Jones was placed on the 7-day injured list for Triple-A Norfolk on Friday due to right elbow inflammation, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports. Jones has been with Norfolk since the start of the season, hitting a modest .212/.339/.343 with two homers and two steals through 27 games. He'll need to get healthy and then improve his performance level if he's to push for a return to the majors.
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  • Orioles' Jahmai Jones: Not starting Friday

    Jones will be on the bench Friday against Toronto, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Jones has now started every other game at second base for the last nine games. Pat Valaika starts at the keystone Friday, but Jones should return Saturday if the pattern continues.
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