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Orioles' Adam Jones hits his 124th Camden Yards home run, tying him for most in ballpark history

Orioles' Adam Jones hits his 124th Camden Yards home run, tying him for most in ballpark history

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones’ solo home run in the fourth inning of Sunday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays was his 124th career homer at Camden Yards, which tied him with Rafael Palmeiro atop the 26-year-old ballpark’s all-time home run list.

“He's got a shot at it,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter deadpanned about Jones’ taking sole control of the top spot. “It's impressive. Think about all the people who have played here in the last, what, 26 years? He's going to be hard to catch. He's such a post-up guy. He comes in here and very quietly has three hits.”

Jones took a 3-2 pitch from Toronto right-hander Marco Estrada into the left-field stands an estimated 389...

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