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JaCoby Jones Named Best Shortstop in the SAL, Returns From Disabled List

JaCoby Jones Named Best Shortstop in the SAL, Returns From Disabled List

The West Virginia Power have activated shortstop JaCoby Jones from the disabled list, placing infielder Adam Landecker on the disabled list to open up a roster spot. This comes at the same time that Jones was named by MiLB.com as the best shortstop in the South Atlantic League for the 2014 season.

Jones returns to the lineup with five games left and still has a chance to become the first Pittsburgh Pirates minor league player to reach the 20/20 mark in homers and stolen bases since Adam Boeve accomplished that during the 2007 season. Jones has a .292/.353/.502 slash line in 114 games, with 22 homers and 17 steals. He is second in the SAL in homers, fourth in OPS and fifth in slugging.

The Power also announced that reliever Brett McKinney has been promoted to Bradenton. The 23-year-ol...

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