Former Major League outfielder Andruw Jones is seeking a return to the big leagues after spending the past two years in Japan, his agent, Scott Boras, told ESPN.com.
Jones last played in 2012 with the New York Yankees, hitting 14 home runs and driving in 34 runs. He has spent the two season with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles.
"He wants to play in the big leagues again," Boras said. "He's still got his power. If you can hit 25 home runs in Japan, you're doing something."
Jones hit 50 home runs in two seasons with the Golden Eagles.
The 37-year-old Jones won 10 Gold Gloves and was a five-time All-Star during his 17 seasons with the Atlanta Braves, Yankees, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, hitting .254 with 434 home runs and 1,289 RBI.
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