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65 Nate Jones RP
Height/Weight: 6-5/220 | Birthdate: 1/28/1986 | Birthplace: Butler, KY | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Chicago | College: None | MLB Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 2/1
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White Sox activate Nate Jones, place Daniel Webb on DL


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/5/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones (elbow) was activated off the 15-day disabled list Wednesday. To clear a roster spot, reliever Daniel Webb went on the 15-day disabled list due to a back strain.

White Sox move Nate Jones to Triple-A for rehab


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(7/20/2015) White Sox pitcher Nate Jones moved to Triple-A to continue his injury rehab assignment, per the Chicago Tribune

Jones is recovering from Tommy John surgery last year. He made two appearances at Class A Winston-Salem and will now report to Triple-A Charlotte. 


Nate Jones hitting 100 mph in rehab games for White Sox


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(7/18/2015) White Sox pitcher Nate Jones has made two minor league appearances at Class A Winston-Salem and his velocity has been encouraging. 

Jones is recovering from Tommy John surgery last year. In his first appearance, he hit 100 mph on four of the eight pitches he threw. He allowed a home run in his second appearance, the only baserunner he's allowed in two games. 

"He's felt real good afterwards," general manager Rick Hahn said, per CSN Chicago. "Not only have the outings been good, but as importantly how he's felt the day after has been good. He'll have at least one more down there and then we'll probably start moving him up the chain as well and he, knock on wood, remains on course of being activated at some point within the 30-day rehab period." 


White Sox RP Nate Jones makes rehab debut on Friday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(7/10/2015) White Sox right-handed reliever Nate Jones made his first rehab appearance with Class A Winston-Salem on Friday. It was his first game action since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2014. 

On Friday, Jones pitched a scoreless inning, allowing one hit. It is not yet known when he will make his next appearance.


White Sox RP Nate Jones to begin rehab in Class A on Friday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(7/10/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones is set to start his rehab stint Friday at Class A Winston-Salem, per the Chicago Tribune.

Jones has been out since 2013 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He will likely need an extended period in the minors before returning to the Chicago staff.


White Sox impressed by Nate Jones in simulated game


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(7/6/2015) White Sox manager Robin Ventura was impressed by Nate Jones during a simulated game, per the Chicago Sun-Times

Jones is on the 60-day disabled list as he recovers from Tommy John surgery. 

Ventura raved about how the ball came out of Jones' hand. Jones should be ready for a minor league rehab assignment in the near future. 


White Sox RP Nate Jones (elbow) throws simulated game


by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(6/6/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones threw a simulated game late Friday in Arizona, the righty's next step in his recovery from an elbow injury, per CSNChicago.com. 

Jones, who is coming off reconstructive elbow surgery, still has no timetable for a rehab assignment, but the pitcher did throw between 96-98 mph and was able to throw both sliders and change-ups. 

"He continues to progress and that's pretty much what I get," Ventura said. "Things are going well, no setbacks. They're getting closer and when they do that it's when you start talking more about it and thinking of realistically having him back with you at some point."


White Sox P Nate Jones (elbow) to throw this week


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(5/6/2015) Though he's not expected to return for game action until the middle of the season, White Sox pitcher Nate Jones (elbow) will throw for his coaches this week, according to ESPN.com

"I was telling somebody earlier it's like I'm finally seeing a little bit of the light," Jones said. "I'm trying not to get too far ahead of myself, but I've been throwing off the mound without pain and that's a huge accomplishment from last year."

Jones suffered an elbow injury a year ago which required Tommy John surgery. He's still about two months away from coming back. 


White Sox's Nate Jones throwing pens, may have May rehab assignment


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/20/2015) White Sox pitcher Nate Jones is making a rapid recovery from Tommy John surgery last July. 

General manager Rick Hahn said that Jones is progressing nicely in his rehab. He will spend April throwing bullpen sessions, and the team thinks he could possibly be ready for a minor league injury rehab assignment some time in May, per MLB.com.


White Sox's Nate Jones tosses first bullpen since Tommy John


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones threw his first bullpen in nearly 12 months, according to the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday.

"I'm just excited to be out there an almost be normal," Jones said.

Jones was placed on the 60-day disabled list last week, as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery last July. He is targeting a mid-season return.


White Sox's Nate Jones (elbow) placed on 60-day DL


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/27/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones was officially placed on the 60-day disabled list on Friday, per the team's official website. Jones is working his way back from Tommy John surgery last July. He is scheduled for a bullpen on Wednesday, according to Comcast SportsNet Chicago.

Jones will likely stay in extended spring training through May, and is targeting a mid-season return.


White Sox RP Nate Jones will finish long-toss progression Monday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/16/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones, who is coming off Tommy John surgery in July, is expected to finish his long-toss progression on Monday, according to MLB.com. Jones' next step will be mound work from various distances.

"So far it has been good," Jones said his recovery. "I've been sore after my throwing days, which is not unusual. We are training that tendon to do something new, to be a ligament. We are at a good pace right now, pushing it. Take it easy the next day and then push again. It's learning its job."


White Sox P Nate Jones still progressing through Tommy John rehab


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/2/2015) Still working his way back from Tommy John surgery, White Sox pitcher Nate Jones is now throwing from 120 feet on flat ground, according to ESPN Chicago. 

Jones had Tommy John surgery last summer and has taken a patient approach to the rehab process. He won't be able to throw a bullpen session, though, until he begins to throw from 150 feet away. 

Likely to stay in extended spring training through May, Jones is taking his continued recovery day by day. 

“You get out of it what you put into it so boom, from the first day I’ve been getting after it for that day and just making sure I get through that day healthy and check it off and move to the next,” Jones said. “[But] you can’t get going too quickly, that’s when problems start. You have to let the biology of the healing of the body take over when you’re going through this rehab. They talked about that too, just stay the course and not get too far ahead of myself.” 


White Sox RP Nate Jones making throws from 105 feet


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/24/2015) White Sox reliever Nate Jones, who is coming off Tommy John surgery in July, will throw 25 times from 75, 90 and 105 feet Tuesday, per MLB.com. He will then progress to 90, 105 and 120 feet the next time he throws.

Nate Jones working toward bullpen session with White Sox


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/20/2015) White Sox relief pitcher Nate Jones is working his way back from Tommy John surgery last July. He's still a long way off, but Jones is making progress. 

Scott Merkin of MLB.com reported that Jones is throwing from 105 feet and not reporting any pain. His next step will be to throw a bullpen session, which he's working toward in camp. 


White Sox, Nate Jones avoid arbitration


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/15/2015) The White Sox have avoided arbitration with reliever Nate Jones, according to MLB.com.

Jones will make $660,000 next year. He's recovering from Tommy John surgery, and is hoping to return around midseason. The 28-year-old Jones pitched in just two games last season before initially succumbing to a back injury. He blew out his arm while rehabbing from his back issue. 


Nate Jones aiming for July 2015


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/26/2014) White Sox reliever Nate Jones is hoping to return next July, according to ESPN.

Jones missed the early part of the year with a back injury, and blew out his arm while rehabbing. It was announced in late July that he would undergo Tommy John surgery. "I’m going to set a date of the year mark (from surgery)," Jones said. "It’s always good to have a goal, so I’m going to work toward that goal and see what happens."


Nate Jones done for year after having Tommy John surgery


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) White Sox reliever Nate Jones was originally sidelined because of a back injury. He will now miss the rest of the season and much longer after undergoing Tommy John surgery Tuesday, the team announced Wednesday.

Jones suffered a torn UCL while he was ramping up activity in his recovery from his back injury. The elbow surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews.


White Sox may not get Nate Jones back this year


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(7/26/2014) White Sox manager Robin Ventura told reporters that he wouldn't be surprised if reliever Nate Jones doesn't pitch this season, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Jones is attempting to return from back surgery, and was targeting an early August return, though the setbacks may keep him out all season.

"There's been enough setbacks that I wouldn't expect him to be back this year," Ventura said.

Nate Jones hopes to pitch again this season


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(7/10/2014) White Sox reliever Nate Jones remains confident in pitching again this season, according to MLB.com. Jones is still aiming for a late-July or early-August return from back surgery.

"Absolutely. There's no thought that comes across my mind that it would have to wait until Spring Training or anything like that," Jones said. "I have confidence that it's going to be this year for sure."

Nate Jones moving forward in rehab


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/19/2014) White Sox reliever Nate Jones is probably still more than a month away, but he continues to increase his workload as he recovers from back surgery.

Jones was with the team in Minneapolis Thursday according to MLB.com, and will travel with the team on it's 11-game road trip a she continues to rehab. He has been able to move up to 120-foot sprints and is also long tossing from up to 150 feet at times, with some light mound work mixed in as well.

"It's all fastballs," Jones said. "But it's going well."

If Jones continues making progress without any setbacks, the team will begin plotting a more specific course for his return. Jones is still aiming for a late-July or early-August return. 


Nate Jones plays catch Monday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(6/9/2014) White Sox pitcher Nate Jones played catch on field at approximately 60 feet prior to Monday's game against the Tigers, Comcast SportsNet Chicago reports. Jones is working his way back from back surgery and hopes to return at some point this season.

Nate Jones not ready for baseball activity yet


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/1/2014) White Sox pitcher Nate Jones is not ready for baseball activities yet, according to MLB.com.

Jones has progressed on schedule, but will need more time beforer he's able to do baseball-related workouts. He's attempting to return from back surgery. 


Nate Jones could resume baseball activities in one month


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/5/2014) The White Sox are hopeful pitcher Nate Jones can resume baseball activities in a month after undergoing minor back surgery Monday, ESPNChicago.com reports.

"Everything went very smoothly and very well," general manager Rick Hahn said. "What they saw was as expected, and we’ll reevaluate in a month. After a month, it’s conceivable we’ll ramp up baseball activities and he can return soon thereafter as tolerated by the baseball activities. At that point it’s more about getting him into pitching shape than dealing with the back."

Jones gave up four runs in two appearances without recording an out at the beginning of the season, then hit the disabled list.


Nate Jones had back surgery


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(5/3/2014) White Sox reliever Nate Jones had back surgery, according to the Chicago Tribune

Jones was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Saturday, but the team waited until after the move was made to announce the surgery. He has not been ruled out for the season, and could return at some point.