"I can see both sides of it. He's our closer. When you're on the road, I think you wait to get that lead and then bring your closer in," Jones said. "But sometimes with a closer like ours, a unique closer like ours, he can go out and throw two or three innings. Me, personally, I would have thrown him out there and let him go because he brings energy, too. He just doesn't go out and throw a 98-mph bowling ball. He brings energy to the dugout and the field."