Kennard joins the Bluefish for his fifth stint in the Atlantic League and 11th of professional baseball. Last season, the outfielder appeared in 109 games for the Long Island Ducks and batted .292 with 44 extra-base hits, 54 RBI, 82 runs scored, and 28 stolen bases.
Jones, the son-in-law of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, made his Atlantic League debut in 2008 with the York Revolution, posting a .333 batting average in 88 games. After another successful season in York, he was traded to the Newark Bears and had a career-year in 2010. The 30-year-old set personal-bests with 28 doubles, 80 runs scored, and 40 stolen bases. During his four-year stint in the Atlantic League, Kennard owns a .298 average with 23 home runs, 183 RBI, 290 runs scored and 94 stolen bases.
Kennard was selected by the San Diego Padres in the third round of the 2002 amateur entry draft. He spent five seasons in the Padres organization, peaking with Triple-A Portland of the Pacific Coast League in 2005 and 2006.