According to Jon Heyman, Andruw Jones is now a memeber of the New York Yankees.
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That's a good deal, I think!
I don't think it'll save them from finishing fourth in the division, but that's a good deal!
I always Loved watching Andruw Jones play..but man, his stats the last few seasons..PeeeeeEWWWWWWW....
Jones is a very good signing. He can still play a decent OF and hits lefties very well (http://tinyurl.com/4o47ddv). In other words, he's a better version of Marcus Thames.
Yeah, good price.  His stats last season were good. And he particularly raked against lefties.
He is probably the best 4th outfielder they have had in quite some time, so it was a good signing. This will be interesting to see how the Yanks use their bench this year with so many older players on the roster.
Jones is a great 4th outfielder. My only concern is that Girardi might use him more than he probably should, you know, just because he's Andruw Jones.
I think he's going to get a lot more playing time than Thames received (and why not? he's a better player). This signing is probably not good news for Gardner. I think Gardner's going to end up being the 4th outfielder - mostly because who Andruw Jones - was.
hasn't Jones worn #25 his whole career?
would Teix give it up for him?
very good deal, but its gonna weeeeeeird seeing him in a Yankee uniform, no?
 not as weird as Chipper Jones in pinstripes, but yeah, weird.
Gardy hits RHP better, but his splits are not radical. However, I think we will see a semi-platoon with Gritner/Jones, with Brett going in for Jones in the late innings or a RHP reliever.
i'm totally down with this signing.
 yeah, i think he's going to get a lot of playing. with reachable incentives, he'll make at least $2.5, methinks.
 yup. always #25. i doubt Tex will give it up.
Decent signing. But man, how Andruw has fallen. From sure fire HoFer to 4th outfielder?
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