The Baltimore center fielder has posted the highest OPS (1.636) in the big leagues over the last seven days, as well as the highest slugging percentage (1.080), the sixth-most RBIs (9) and the third-highest batting average (.520). Jones's 13 hits rank as the second-most base knocks over the last week, and his four home runs are the second-most in all of baseball. Adding in his two doubles, and Jones has the second-most extra-base hits in the last seven days, and he paces the bigs with 27 total bases in 27 plate appearances.
In the Orioles' 5-3 Tuesday win over Minnesota, Jones went 2-for-5 with three RBIs, going back-to-back with Manny Machado on solo homers with two outs in the fifth to put Baltimore up, 3-1, and then singling home two more runs in the top of the ninth to break a 3-3 tie.
On Thursday, Jones sparked a five-run rally in the bottom of the seventh against Detroit, singling to center to drive home Joey Rickard with one out. Jones then came around to score on a ground ball single by Pedro Alvarez with two down to tie things up at 5-5. Baltimore would go on to score two more to take a 7-5 win.
On Friday, Jones provided the only offense in a pitcher's duel between Justin Verlander and Chris Tillman, touching up Verlander for a first-pitch solo shot in the bottom of the sixth in a 1-0 win for Baltimore.
On the season, Jones is hitting .267 with five home runs and 18 RBIs, with 18 runs scored and a .328 on-base percentage, with a .770 OPS.