Garrett Jones

Miami Marlins #46 - First Base

  • Born: 06/21/81
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: L/L
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Marlins 16 61 8 14 2 0 2 8 8 24 0 0 .230 .314 .361

Fernandez named co-NL Player of The Week

Miami Marlins starter Jose Fernandez was named the co-NL player of the week on Monday. Fernandez went 2-0 to begin the season and was effective in both starts.

2014 Marlins Season Preview: Garrett Jones

The Miami Marlins opted to replace their incumbent first baseman with some new talent. They chose Garrett Jones, whose talents are best served in a platoon and away from the outfield. How will he manage in Miami?

Inbox: Stanton extension, Baker, Marlins' chances

The latest inbox article from MLB.com's Joe Frisaro asks about the ongoing Giancarlo Stanton situation, the Jeff Baker signing, and the chances of the Marlins being a competitive team this year.

Fish Bites: Miami Marlins want to add depth

Marlins President David Samson said Friday that the team will look to add several more non-roster invitees before Spring Training starts. Plus links on Reed Johnson and Ronny Fermin.

Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria relinquishing control

Believe it or not, but according to some sources, it seems as though Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is actually ceding front office control to his front office personnel

Marlins Key Questions: Casey McGehee's return

The next important question for the Miami Marlins in the 2014 season is how Casey McGehee will fare in his return stateside after a successful season in Japan.

Fish Bites:Sporting News discusses Miami contracts

Last week, Sporting News said that Miami's two-year, $7.5 million contract with free agent first baseman Garrett Jones was "curious." Plus links on Giancarlo Stanton and Jarrod Saltalamacchia.

Marlins Key Questions: Jones and platoon splits

Mike Redmond and the Miami Marlins are prepared to try Garrett Jones versus left-handed pitching. How much of a mistake is this?

Giancarlo Stanton and lineup protection again

The Miami Marlins have provided Giancarlo Stanton lineup protection for the first time since 2012. What does that mean for the Fish?

Fish Bites: Marlins seek consistency from Stanton

Before they try and sign him long-term, the Marlins are looking for Giancarlo Stanton to remain healthy and consistently produce. Plus links on Christian Yelich and Mike Redmond.

Marlins and "consistency" with Garrett Jones

The Miami Marlins chose consistency of Garrett Jones over the unknown quality of Logan Morrison. Was that the right idea for this team?

McGehee signing: Fish make low-cost, upside move

There is a chance that Casey McGehee turns out to be as bad as he was in the majors in 2012. The Miami Marlins are only paying $1.1 million to find out, and that is a reasonable cost.

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