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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Adam Jones to serve as penalty box attendant for minor league hockey team

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is embarking on a new career, if only for a day.

Jones, a San Diego native and season ticket holder for the AHL’s San Diego Gulls, signed a contract for Friday that will allow him to be an off-ice official in the team’s next game.

“I’m living out my dream joining the San Diego Gulls to be an off-ice official and serve as a penalty box attendant,” Jones said in a team statement.

Jones will be responsible for recording penalties, opening and closing the penalty box doors, and providing extra game pucks to referees.

Who knew that Jones was such a big hockey fan? It looks like he enjoys it as much as he enjoy smashing desserts onto his teammates’ faces. Here’s hoping the players give Jones a lot to do on Friday night so he can get the most out of his day of employment.

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