Since 2009 Andruw Jones has hit 61 homeruns. Not very impressive. However, consider he is no longer a full-time player and that 30% of his hits have been of the round-trip variety, and suddenly that's not too shabby.
Over the past 4 seasons, Jones has played for the Rangers, White Sox, and Yankees (all hitter's parks). He's collected 203 hits, while clubbing 61 HR and has knocked in 149 runs. Although his batting average has not eclipsed .247, his OPS remains in the near the mid .800's because of his power stroke. In fact, of his 203 hits, 104 have gone for extra bases (51%).
Andruw Jones may not be the elite outfielder he once was, but he certainly makes his base hits count these days.