Cleveland Indians No. 1 prospect Nolan Jones removed from Arizona Fall League after aggravating previous hand injury

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Cleveland Indians No. 1 prospect Nolan Jones removed from Arizona Fall League after aggravating previous hand injury
Cleveland Indians No. 1 prospect Nolan Jones removed from Arizona Fall League after aggravating previous hand injury

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Indians No. 1 prospect Nolan Jones has been removed from the Arizona Fall League after aggravating a left hand injury that he initially suffered during the regular season while playing with Double-A Akron. The 21-year-old third baseman was shut down for precautionary reasons, according to the Indians. Jones appeared in 15 games for the Mesa Solar Sox and hit .200 with four home runs, eight RBI and a .727 OPS during his time in the Fall League. He was voted in as the final player on the East roster for the Fall Stars game that took place Oct. 12, but did not participate in the game. Rated the No. 37 overall prospect by MLBpipeline.com and the No. 3 third baseman, Jones advanced

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