Ryder Jones leaves game with foot injury

San Francisco Giants No. 13 ranked prospect Ryder Jones fouled a ball off his foot in Friday night's Salem-Keizer Volcanoes game, eventually leaving the game. 

The left-handed hitting infielder is listed as "day-to-day" and was complaining of soreness after the game, according to the Volcanoes. 

Jones, who began the season in Augusta with the Class-A GreenJackets, was transferred to Salem-Keizer in what was deemed to be a demotion on July 26. Jones was batting just .220 with 93 strikeouts in 91 games with the GreenJackets, including a brutal July where he posted a .131 average in 84 at-bats.

Since arriving in Oregon, Jones hasn't improved much, as his line stands at .233/.281/.383 through 60 at-bats.

Jones was drafted in the second round, 64th overall, in 2013 by San Francisco out of Watauga High School in Boone, N.C.

Still young, having just turned 20 in June, Jones' strikeout percentages will have to improve. He struck out in 23 percent of his plate appearances in 2013 with the AZL team, and in 2014 has slightly lowered that number to 22 percent.