Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, a career .276 hitter in 12 seasons in the majors, will donate $20,000 to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Saturday.
Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, a career .276 hitter in 12 seasons in the majors, will donate $20,000 to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Saturday. Charles Krupa AP
Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, a career .276 hitter in 12 seasons in the majors, will donate $20,000 to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Saturday. Charles Krupa AP

Orioles outfielder Adam Jones to donate $20,000 to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

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