Nate Jones

#65 RP / Chi. White Sox / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 225 lb Age: 31 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • White Sox's Nate Jones: To miss rest of season
      By RotoWire Staff

      Jones underwent nerve repositioning surgery on his right elbow Tuesday and will miss the remainder of the season, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Jones' ligament was intact, per Merkin, so that's the good news of this unfortunate development for the former Tommy John patient. The right-hander posted a 2.31 ERA in 11.2 innings, complemented by 15 strikeouts. He lost most of the year to this issue and, in turn, the main setup job to Tommy Kahnle. Jones will look to position himself near the back of this or another bullpen in 2018, perhaps working his way toward save chances.

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    • White Sox's Nate Jones: Feeling discomfort
      By RotoWire Staff

      Jones (elbow) felt discomfort after throwing Friday and will be examined by a doctor over the All-Star break, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. In an earlier report, manager Rick Renteria only mentioned the White Sox were going to slow down Jones' activity over the All-Star break, but now we're learning there was some discomfort. This marks the second time since Jones landed on the disabled list May 1 that he's had to be slowed down after initiating a throwing program.

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    • White Sox's Nate Jones: Still on slow rehab path
      By RotoWire Staff

      Jones (elbow) played catch Friday but remains on a cautious rehabilitation schedule, according to manager Rick Renteria, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. "We're going to continue to take it slow with Jonesy and see what we have to do going into the break," Renteria said. Jones is with the team on its current road trip, which was an encouraging sign, but will slow down his activity over the All-Star break. Presumed to be next in line for saves after closer David Robertson, Jones' immediate future with the White Sox is less clear.

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    • White Sox's Nate Jones: Accompanies team on road
      By RotoWire Staff

      Jones (elbow) joined the White Sox on the team's current road trip, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. Seeing Jones travel with the White Sox for the first time in three road trips is an encouraging sign, but the right-hander hasn't thrown off a mound in more than a month. If he's healthy by then, Jones could emerge as the closer when the White Sox, as expected, trade closer David Robertson later this month.

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    • White Sox's Nate Jones: Receives medical clearance
      By RotoWire Staff

      Jones (elbow) has been given clearance to begin throwing, Paul Skrbina of the Chicago Tribune reports. Jones has been sidelined since late April with inflammation in his right elbow. He began throwing immediately after getting clearance, and manager Rick Renteria reported he felt good. There isn't a timetable established for Jones' return to the White Sox. All the usual boxes need to be checked off before the right-hander can help the bullpen: playing catch without pain, throwing off a mound, facing live hitters and going out on a rehabilitation assignment.

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