TODD JONES RUMORS & GOSSIP
Todd Jones was good, he was bad, but in the end he has always been Todd Jones. The former big league closer is among a handful of players who are on the 2014 ballot for induction into the Hall of Fame.
Just don’t waste your vote on him.
Greg Maddux, Frank Thomas, Tom Glavine those are hall of famers for sure. Others on the list like Jeff Kent, Mike Mussina and hold overs like Craig...
A quick glance at the 2014 Hall of Fame ballot shows a lot of qualified first timers. Among them...Greg Maddux, Frank Thomas, Tom Glavine, Jeff Kent and Mike Mussina. Those guys join an already crowded pack that includes Craig Biggio (who received 68.2% of the vote last season), Jack Morris (67.7%), Jeff Bagwell (59.6%), Mike Piazza (57.8%) and Tim Raines (52.2%). And I'...
The 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released this week and it included a whopping amount of eligible candidates.One of those candidates included former reliever Todd Jones, who had a very lengthy and respectable career in his own right, but probably won't receive near enough votes to stick around the ballot beyond this year.Heck, even Jones agrees that he doesn...
Todd Jones may not believe that he is worthy of being inducted into the Hall of the Fame, but his sense of humor is certainly deserving of some sort of recognition.
The former relief pitcher made it onto the ballot for the first time this year, but surrounded by names like Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas, the man who earned the nickname “Roller Coaster” knows he doesn’t exactly...
Todd Jones was a relief pitcher that pitched for eight different teams in his fifteen-year career, which spanned from 1993 to 2008. Most of Jones’ stats look fairly pedestrian. He had a career won-loss record of 58-63, had a career ERA of 3.97, and only made one All-Star team.
Photo Credit: AP Photo/Paul Sancya
The one thing Jones was good for was saves, and boy, did he have...
Doug Jones' no. 4 comp on Baseball-Reference is Todd Jones. Or maybe Todd Jones' no. 4 comp on Baseball Reference is Doug Jones. I have never kept those two apart, and I continue to not keep those two apart, and so I asked my compatriots at Baseball Prospectus to answer this question:
Without looking it up, Todd Jones is the one who _____________, while Doug Jones is...
I was a guest on “Friends with Muscles” with @RickMuscles and @RBRTodd of RollBamaRoll.com. @FOTProgram was not able to host due to the holiday. Check it out over at FriendsOfTheProgram.net.
An off day for @FOTProgram. @RickMuscles in the lead chair, joined by Todd Jones of @rollbamaroll & @ParadigmShift35. #OleMiss
— Rebel Sports Radio (@RebelSportRadio) July 4, 2012
Todd Jones of St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia) was asked to play out of position as a junior, but he is moving to outside linebacker in 2012. He visited Rutgers for the spring game and also took a trip to Temple. He spoke to Scout.com about those visits, and also discussed where his recruitment stands.
At Kentucky, there are always massive expectations. But for a program that hasn't won it all in 14 years -- with yet another star-laden roster -- the stakes are raised, writes Todd Jones.
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