KISSIMMEE, Fla. —
He watched the guys who will try to replace him, then hung around to sign cards, bats and pictures, chatting with folks who still view him as the face of the franchise.
"Are you going to take a few swings," one of them asked.
"I'm going to leave that to the hired help," Jones said, drawing plenty of chuckles.
Someone else broached a subject that's closer to his heart these days.
"How's the hunting going?" a man asked.
"Goooood!" Jones replied, his voice rising with excitement. "I could turn pro in hunting."