Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

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    Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

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    The Yankees are in serious talks with utility man Bill Hall, tweets Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.  Rosenthal thinks Hall could reprise a 2010 Red Sox-type role, and notes that the 32-year-old works out in the offseason with Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long.

    Hall began the season as the Astros' starting second baseman, but finished with a .211/.261/.314 line after adding a stint with the Giants.  He received the contract on the strength of his 2010 season, in which he hit 18 home runs in 382 plate appearances.  Hall seems highly likely to sign a minor league deal this offseason.

     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    This is the final blow. Give the trophy to NYY. We cannot resist.
     
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    [QUOTE]This is the final blow. Give the trophy to NYY. We cannot resist.
    Posted by TheExaminer[/QUOTE]

    I agree - even as a Yankee fan, I am getting tired of their piggish behavior. So much for them wanting to come to the L.T. limit by 2014. Clearly this is a sign that they are just talking smack.

    Tongue out
     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    Hall was a great addition to the Sox, and it will be interesting to play against him. I was a fan of his when he came to the Sox and did his job admirably. Seems like a solid insurance pick-up for the Yanks if it goes through.

    Obviously it won't change anything. He hit .211 between the Giants and Stro's, so lets see how he transitions back to the AL before we hand them the world series :P
     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    In Response to Yankees in talks with Bill Hall:
    [QUOTE]From MLBTraderumors.com: The Yankees are in serious talks with utility man Bill Hall , tweets Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports .  Rosenthal thinks Hall could reprise a 2010 Red Sox-type role, and notes that the 32-year-old works out in the offseason with Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long. Hall began the season as the Astros' starting second baseman, but finished with a .211/.261/.314 line after adding a stint with the Giants.  He received the contract on the strength of his 2010 season, in which he hit 18 home runs in 382 plate appearances.  Hall seems highly likely to sign a minor league deal this offseason.
    Posted by mrmojo1120[/QUOTE]

    Seriously, who the heck cares?????????????
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Yankees in talks with Bill Hall : Seriously, who the heck cares?????????????
    Posted by CASox[/QUOTE]

    Seriously,if you didn't care you shouldn't have opened the post.Not every post  is made to please you,someone else might care about it even if you don't.
     
     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    If he signs he'll be battling Laird as a player off the bench.

     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    Great signing, he's a six tool player. He can even help out of the bullpen. I guess softlaw will be a yankee fan now, if it happens.


    Seriously, versatile bench player, he did serve the sox well the year we had him.

     
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    Re: Yankees in talks with Bill Hall

    A low cost insurance sign, if it happens. Just don't see this move adding any value to the Yanks.
     
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