The play that scored the winning run Monday involving second baseman Dan Uggla was originally scored an error, but the official scorer changed it afterward to an infield single for pinch-hitter Chad Tracy. Washington got three infield singles in the 13th.
Uggla came into Tuesday's game needing three hits to reach 1,000 for his career.
Jones did not start the game but his next hit will give him 2,704 overall and tie him with Doc Cramer (played from 1929-48) for 63rd place on the all-time hits list. After that, Jones needs seven to draw even with Hall of Famer Billy Williams for 62nd place.