Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is dealing with a stomach virus that forced him to leave Tuesday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Jones Active vs. Blue Jays

Wednesday, April 20

John Meoli of the Baltimore Sun reported Jones was starting and batting third Wednesday against Toronto.

Jones Crucial to Orioles Offense 

Jones has emerged as one the American League‘s most important players over the past handful of seasons. The slugger has earned five All-Star Game selections and four Gold Glove Awards while helping Baltimore end an extended playoff drought with two postseason trips in the last four years.

The 30-year-old center fielder has also remained highly durable during that stretch. He’s played at least 135 games in six consecutive campaigns dating back to 2010. He did previously miss some time this season due to ribcage soreness, though.


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