1B,DH,LF - HOU - MiLB
Astros outfielder Taylor Jones finished 2-for-4 with an RBI against the Indians on Friday. He also struck out twice in the process. One of hits hits was a double while the other was a single.
Jones is hitting 10-for-50 (.200) with five RBI, three walks, and 15 strikeouts this season. He was called up from the minors on Friday after a brief five-day stint at Triple-A.
Astros first baseman Taylor Jones went 2-for-4 with a single and double in Sunday's win. He finished the day with one run, one RBI, and one strikeout while stranding three Houston runners on base.
Jones is 8-for-44 with four RBI, two walks, and 14 strikeouts this year. He's a solid 6-for-19 against lefties but just 2-for-25 against right-handers.
Batting seventh and playing left field, Houston's Taylor Jones went 0-for-4 against the Red Sox on Thursday. He struck out twice and stranded one runner on base in the process.
Jones is just 6-for-38 this season. He's hitting .250 against left-handers but couldn't find any success against Boston's Eduardo Rodriguez. He has just one hit so far in the month of June.
Batting sixth and patrolling left field, Houston's Taylor Jones went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Thursday's series finale against the Red Sox. He was also responsible for stranding a pair of Astros runners on the basepaths.
The 27-year-old is just 5-for-28 with five singles and three RBI this season. He's also drawn two walks and seven strikeouts. Despite an uptick in playing time recently, Jones is nowhere near worth rostering in fantasy leagues.
The Astros defeated the Mariners on Saturday, 1-0. It was rookie Taylor Jones who contributed the lone run as his fourth-inning sacrifice fly plated Michael Brantley. He finished 1-for-4, adding a single in the effort.
Jones was called up this week and is now 2-for-6 with a walk, RBI, and strikeout. He has little major-league experience, though he has impressed in Spring Training, going 14-for-45 over the last two camps combined.