Todd Jones

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Todd Barton Givin Jones

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Todd Jones pitched 16 years in the big leagues and finished with 319 saves. His top save years include 2000, when he had 42 for the Detroit Tigers, and 2005 and 2006 when he had 40 and 37 for the Florida Marlins and Detroit Tigers respectively. In the 2006 World Series, he got the save in Game 2. He was the American League Rolaids Relief Award winner in 2000.

The most similar player through 2011 is Roberto Hernández, according to the similarity scores method.

Jones is a columnist for The Sporting News. In his first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame in 2014, he failed to receive a single vote and dropped off the ballot.

Obscure record: Jones made 632 relief appearances before his first career start. Next are Chuck McElroy, 603 and Braden Looper, 572.

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