Jones wears number 25.
During the 1996 World Series Jones hit 2 home runs. Thus becoming the youngest player in MLB history to hit a home run in the postseason.
Jones has recorded 400 put outs in a season six times in his career, joining a group of just five players including himself.
Andruw Jones was the youngest player in the National League during the 1996 season.
In 1995 and 1996, Jones won the Minor League Player of the Year Award.
To get stronger arms and wrists, Jones used to swing a sledgehammer like a baseball bat.
He owns three cars: a Mercedes McLaren SLR, a Range Rover, and his favorite an Aston Martin Vanquish
Andruw Jones won NL Hank Aaron award in 2005.
Andruw Jones won NL Silver Slugger Award in for CF in 2005.
Andruw Jones won his eigth gold glove in 2005.
Andruw Jones won his seventh gold glove in 2004.
Andruw Jones won his sixth gold glove in 2003.
Andruw Jones won his fifth gold glove in 2002.
Andruw Jones won his fourth gold glove in 2001.
Andruw Jones won his third gold glove in 2000.
Andruw Jones won his second gold glove in 1999.
In the 2006 World Baseball Classic, Andruw Jones played for the Netherlands.
In 2005, Andruw Jones came in second for National League MVP.
In 2004, Jones had 30 homers.
In 2003, Jones had a career high in RBI's with 116.
In 2000, Jones made his first All-Star apperance.
In 2000, Jones had career highs in average (.303) and homers 36 with 104 RBI.
In 1999, Jones played all 162 games.
In 1998, Jones won his first gold glove.
In 1998, Jones averaged .271, and had 31 home runs, and had 27 stolen bases.
In 1997, Jones moved to centerfield.
In Game 1 of the 1996 World Series,Jones connected his first two at-bats for home runs.
Andruw Jones spent his first 3 years playing right field.
Andruw Jones in 1996 was hailed as the "next Griffey."
Andruw Jones signed with the Atlanta Braves in 1993 at the age of 16.
Andruw Jones made his Major League debut August 15, 1996.
Andruw Jones was born in Wilemstad, Curaco.
Andruw Jones had a 2005 salary of $13,000,000.
Andruw Jones did not go to college.
Andruw Jones throws right.
Andruw Jones bats right.
Andruw Jones is 6'1".
He led the MLB with 51 Home Runs in 2005. This is also an Atlanta Braves team record.
On April 3, 2006, he had 4 At Bats, 2 Hits, 1 Home Runs, and 4 RBI's.
He led the National League with 128 RBIs in 2005.
He made All-Star appearances in 2000, 2002-2003, 2005, and 2006.