Evan Hilbert
Saturday December 31st, 2011

The New York Yankees and outfielder Andruw Jones have agreed to a one-year deal, multiple sources have reported.

Jones, 34, will reportedly earn $2 million base salary with the potential of gaining $1.4 million more in incentives. The report states that the deal is contingent on Jones passing a physical, at which time the deal will officially be announced. Last season in New York, Jones batted .247 with just 13 home runs and 33 RBI in 77 games. Jones is eighth among active players in career home runs with 420.

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