Longtime Astros trainer Jones to retire at season's end
Decision comes at start of 37th year with organization, 22nd with big league club
By Brian McTaggart / MLB.com | @brianmctaggart |
KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- One of the Astros' longest-tenured employees -- and the owner of one of the most recognizable mustaches in baseball -- has decided to call it a career.
Assistant athletic trainer Rex Jones, a fixture in the Astros' dugout for more than two decades and an invaluable presence behind the scenes, will retire at the end of the 2015 season after 37 years with the organization, including 22 with the Major League club.
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