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Adam Jones named Most Valuable Oriole before what could be his last homestand in Baltimore

Adam Jones named Most Valuable Oriole before what could be his last homestand in Baltimore

Orioles outfielder Adam Jones marked what could be his final homestand in Baltimore by receiving the Louis M. Hatter Most Valuable Oriole Award.

Jones, a pending free agent, entered Friday batting .281 with 15 home runs this season as one of the lone remaining veterans on a team that traded away many of its top stars midseason. He’s wrapping up his 11th season with the club, and has carried a much more significant role around the team as it got younger in the second half, and managed to perform through that.

“I have so much respect for people that do things from a team standpoint when they're expected to do them, delivering the expectations,” manager Buck Showalter said....

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