When 33-year old righty swinging OF/DH Andruw Jones signed with the White Sox they weren’t expecting much out of him. At best, they saw him as a platoon DH with lefty swinging Mark Kotsay. But Jones is swinging such a hot stick right now that he has not been platooning anymore. Ozzie Guillen has been getting him full time at bats between the OF and DH lately and the manager’s faith in him is paying off big time so far. Jones has played in 15 games for the Pale Hose so far this season and he is 14 of 48 (.292 avg, 1.112 OPS) with 9 runs scored, 6 homers, 9 RBIs and 3 stolen bases. Jones is still whiffing a lot (15) but he is also getting his share of walks (8) showing improving discipline at the plate. The White Sox need Jones’ power and they are going to ride his bat as long as they can.