Randy Jones, a former pitcher for the Padres who’s also in their Hall of Fame, is currently battling against throat cancer.
Jones was diagnosed back in November and has since been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy at Sharp’s hospital. According to his doctors, the cancer is directly linked to his use of tobacco.
The former player pitched for the Padres from 1973 to 1980 where he amassed a 3.30 ERA. He was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 1999. The lefty became first Padres pitcher to start an all-star game as well as win the Cy Young award. Jones is
Jones is reportedly 90 percent done with his treatment.
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