In baseball, the goal is to keep your eye on the ball. But lately, we’ve had a difficult time doing that whenever Garrett Jones steps onto the field.

This six-foot-four-inch, 30-year-old hunk, who was drafted to the Atlanta Braves out of high school, has racked up some pretty solid numbers since joining the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2009. Last season alone, he finished with 21 home runs and 145 hits.

He’s also earned a number of nicknames in his career — everything from “The Legend,” to “G.I. Jones” to “GFJ” (or, Garrett Freakin’ Jones).

As for us, we’re just happy to call him a hunk.

Check out some photos of the outfielder/first baseman below.