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Top Prospect #10: 3B Terry Jones

When the first month of the 2003 season ended, it looked like Terry Jones was April's Fool. He finished the month hitting just .192 and looked more lost than Pat Burrell ever did, even at his worst. Slowly, but surely though, Jones started to turn things around and by the end of the season, his numbers had improved at least enough to where he cold say that he salvaged his season and his prospect status.

When Terry Jones graduated from high school, he had a full baseball scholarship waiting for him at the University of California. He seemed signed, sealed and delivered for the U of C, but then, the Phillies stepped in with what Jones found to be a better offer; $500,000. Jones did the math and figured that even if the baseball thing didn't work out, he could certainly attend college later and pay... Recommended Stories

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