Then we read this headline:
More details emerge on Andruw Jones' domestic assault arrest
Uh oh. Seems that Andruw was arrested on Christmas morning, as good people are, due to some sort of an argument with his wife. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, take it:
[His wife] pulled away and attempted to go upstairs, according to the report, but Jones grabbed her by the ankle, pulled her down and put his hands around her neck and said, "I want to kill you, I want to [expletive] kill you."
What a guy, folks. The end of the article is even more bizare:
So, in Georgia, you can threaten to kill someone...the person you threaten to kill suffers "visible injuries" from you, and you're out on $2,400. Sounds fair.
Although the police report notes that Jones's wife suffered "visible injuries," Jones is free on $2,400 bail.
We can only wonder if Andruw will make it to Japan to play next year, but in the meantime, let's help him get used to a new Japanese translation: