Nate Jones

#65 RP / Chi. White Sox / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 220 lb Age: 30 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      White Sox's Nate Jones: Re-signs with White Sox

      Jones agreed to a three-year, $8 million contract with the White Sox on Friday, Scott Merkin of reports. Jones only made 19 appearances in 2015 after recovering from Tommy John surgery, but he was effective when he was on the mound. He worked a 3.32 ERA with 27 strikeouts and just six walks last season and should be a mid-to-late innings option out of Chicago's bullpen in 2016.

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      Nate Jones earns relief win in White Sox victory over Tigers Saturday

      White Sox reliever Nate Jones (2-2) earned a win Saturday, striking out the only hitter he faced in a 4-3 win over the Tigers. Jones required just four pitches to strike out Ian Kinsler, becoming the team's pitcher of record when Leury Garcia hit a walk-off single in the bottom half of the frame. The 29-year-old has posted a tidy 0.95 WHIP in 19 innings since returning from Tommy John surgery. Assuming he stays healthy, Jones will be in the mix for high-leverage situations next season.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      White Sox activate Nate Jones, place Daniel Webb on DL

      White Sox reliever Nate Jones (elbow) was activated off the 15-day disabled list Wednesday. To clear a roster spot, reliever Daniel Webb went on the 15-day disabled list due to a back strain.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      White Sox move Nate Jones to Triple-A for rehab

      White Sox pitcher Nate Jones moved to Triple-A to continue his injury rehab assignment, per the Chicago Tribune. Jones is recovering from Tommy John surgery last year. He made two appearances at Class A Winston-Salem and will now report to Triple-A Charlotte.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Nate Jones hitting 100 mph in rehab games for White Sox

      White Sox pitcher Nate Jones has made two minor league appearances at Class A Winston-Salem and his velocity has been encouraging. Jones is recovering from Tommy John surgery last year. In his first appearance, he hit 100 mph on four of the eight pitches he threw. He allowed a home run in his second appearance, the only baserunner he's allowed in two games. "He's felt real good afterwards," general manager Rick Hahn said, per CSN Chicago. "Not only have the outings been good, but as importantly how he's felt the day after has been good. He'll have at least one more down there and then we'll probably start moving him up the chain as well and he, knock on wood, remains on course of being activated at some point within the 30-day rehab period."

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      White Sox RP Nate Jones makes rehab debut on Friday

      White Sox right-handed reliever Nate Jones made his first rehab appearance with Class A Winston-Salem on Friday. It was his first game action since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2014. On Friday, Jones pitched a scoreless inning, allowing one hit. It is not yet known when he will make his next appearance.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      White Sox RP Nate Jones to begin rehab in Class A on Friday

      White Sox reliever Nate Jones is set to start his rehab stint Friday at Class A Winston-Salem, per the Chicago Tribune. Jones has been out since 2013 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He will likely need an extended period in the minors before returning to the Chicago staff.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      White Sox impressed by Nate Jones in simulated game

      White Sox manager Robin Ventura was impressed by Nate Jones during a simulated game, per the Chicago Sun-Times. Jones is on the 60-day disabled list as he recovers from Tommy John surgery. Ventura raved about how the ball came out of Jones' hand. Jones should be ready for a minor league rehab assignment in the near future.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      White Sox RP Nate Jones (elbow) throws simulated game

      White Sox reliever Nate Jones threw a simulated game late Friday in Arizona, the righty's next step in his recovery from an elbow injury, per Jones, who is coming off reconstructive elbow surgery, still has no timetable for a rehab assignment, but the pitcher did throw between 96-98 mph and was able to throw both sliders and change-ups. "He continues to progress and that's pretty much what I get," Ventura said. "Things are going well, no setbacks. They're getting closer and when they do that it's when you start talking more about it and thinking of realistically having him back with you at some point."

    • by Jason Butt |

      White Sox P Nate Jones (elbow) to throw this week

      Though he's not expected to return for game action until the middle of the season, White Sox pitcher Nate Jones (elbow) will throw for his coaches this week, according to "I was telling somebody earlier it's like I'm finally seeing a little bit of the light," Jones said. "I'm trying not to get too far ahead of myself, but I've been throwing off the mound without pain and that's a huge accomplishment from last year." Jones suffered an elbow injury a year ago which required Tommy John surgery. He's still about two months away from coming back.

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