Is Garrett Jones for real?
Plus, the secret to the success of Toronto's Aaron Hill, Arizona's Miguel Montero
Updated: July 27, 2009, 2:49 PM ETBy Jason Grey | ESPN.com
- Sometimes you just pick a player who looks like he is going to get regular at-bats and hope you get lucky and catch the proverbial lightning in a bottle. That's just what fantasy owners have done with Pittsburgh's Garrett Jones. Or as he was called around the press box in Arizona this past weekend, "Babe Ruth." "I was just hoping for a chance to open some eyes, and maybe get a call up at some point during the year," Jones said about his expectations coming into the season. (He got a cup of coffee in 2007 with the Twins with poor results.)
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