BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones is closing in on a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks, an MLB Network source said Sunday.

Ken Rosenthal reports that a deal in place pending a physical.

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The Orioles acquired Jones in a five-player trade with the Mariners in 2008 in exchange for left-handed ace Erik Bedard.

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Jones spent 11 seasons in Baltimore since coming over from Seattle.

In his Orioles career, Jones batted .279 with 263 home runs and 866 RBI’s.

Jones was also a crucial part of the team’s success in 2014 when it won the AL East Pennant for the first time in 45 years.

Jones would be headed to a Diamondbacks team that started hot but finished 82-80 on the year.

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