"I've been here since 2008, and I've never once seen a ball get stuck in the fence. I was planning on being on third base with Escobar scoring. Then, it's a whole different ballgame," Aviles said. "The next play, they have to come infield in, and I think that ball Melky hits gets through. [Jones] is an All-Star for a reason. He's a very good defensive center fielder. He can track it. That's just a smart, heads-up play. He picks up the ball and we're sitting there with a run scored and a man on third. It's a whole different ballgame. Him putting his hands up, it's a risky play, but he's been around a bit. He knows whether it's going to be a double or not."