Found September 11, 2013 on Fangraphs:
Two things jump out when you watch Nate Jones deliver a pitch. The Chicago White Sox righthander has an unorthodox delivery and he throws hard. Working primarily as a setup man, he features a 97-mph fastball. What doesn’t jump out is that he is putting up better numbers than last year. The 27-yea...
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