All-Star Reliever Doug Jones Dies At 64


Houston Astros v San Diego Padres

Doug Jones #23 of the Houston Astros pitches during the game against the San Diego Padres at Jack Murphy Stadium on August 12, 1993 in San Diego, California. Photo: Getty Images

One of the best relievers in MLB history has passed away. Doug Jones, a five-time All-Star reliever, died at the age of 64. Jones was most well-known for his time with Cleveland, where he made three All-Star teams and had a career-high 43 saves in 1990. The right-hander also made the All-Star Game with the Astros in 1992 and the Phillies in 1994. He finished his career with a 3.30 earned run average and 303 saves in 846 MLB games.


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