The Bowman pens a nice article about our young outfielder. I remember Brandon Jones telling me last year that he's always been a slow starter, so it's good to see him get off to such a great start this spring (and keep it going). Maybe it's just the natural progression of things, or maybe it's the added competition that the signing of Garret Anderson brought, but the two best hitters on the team this year are our second and third options in left field (Jones and Matt Diaz). I'd love to get excited about Garret, but so far there's not much to get excited about. I hate that he's now blocking Jones who could ease into the majors and likely thrive in a lefty-righty platoon with Diaz.