Bill Hall #2

  • 3B
  • B/T: D/D
  • 6' 0"/210

Bill Hall Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.248 125 440 62 .744

Bill Hall Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: William Hall
  • Nacido: 12/28/1979 en Nettleton, MS
  • Draft: 1998, Milwaukee Brewers, 6th rd. (176th overall)
  • Preparatoria: Nettleton, MS
  • Debut: septiembre 1, 2002
  • Ret., Juego Final: 6/1/2012
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 3334 450 827 125 440 62 .248 .308 .744


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Bill Hall Estadísticas

Bill Hall Estadísticas Avanzadas

Bill Hall Eventos de Statcast


Bill Hall Premios

MLBPAA Brewers Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2007 Milwaukee NL

Brewers Good Guy Award

Año Equipo League
2006 Milwaukee NL

Brewers Michael Harrison Award

Año Equipo League
2004 Milwaukee NL
2006 Milwaukee NL

Brewers Unsung Hero Award

Año Equipo League
2005 Milwaukee NL

Futures Game Selection

Año Equipo League
2002 Indianapolis INT

Bill Hall Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2005 .291 20th in NL


Season H4 Rank
2006 35 10th in NL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2005 18 14th in NL

Porcentaje de embasarse Más Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2006 .899 16th in NL

Promedio de slugging

Season SLG Rank
2005 .495 24th in NL
2006 .553 11th in NL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2006 101 15th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2005 39 13th in NL
2006 39 17th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2005 6 11th in NL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
2006 297 17th in NL


Season SO Rank
2004 119 23rd in NL
2006 162 3rd in NL
2007 128 15th in NL
2008 124 17th in NL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2004 6 16th in NL
2005 6 23rd in NL
2006 9 10th in NL
2007 5 23rd in NL
2008 6 17th in NL

Bill Hall Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
19 de mayo de 2013 Salt Lake Bees liberan a LF Bill Hall.
21 de abril de 2013 LF Bill Hall asignado a Salt Lake Bees de Angels Extended Spring Training.
6 de abril de 2013 Los Angeles Angels agente libre firmado LF Bill Hall con un contrato de la ligas menores.
22 de marzo de 2013 Los Angeles Angels liberan a 2B Bill Hall.
30 de enero de 2013 Los Angeles Angels agente libre firmado 2B Bill Hall con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
3 de noviembre de 2012 LF Bill Hall eligio agente libre.
13 de octubre de 2012 Baltimore Orioles activan a LF Bill Hall.
26 de septiembre de 2012 Baltimore Orioles seleccionado el contrato de LF Bill Hall de Norfolk Tides.
27 de julio de 2012 Bill Hall estado en la lista cambian a por Norfolk Tides.
14 de julio de 2012 Norfolk Tides ponen a LF Bill Hall en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado. left hamstring injury
4 de junio de 2012 Baltimore Orioles envian a LF Bill Hall envian a rotundamente a Norfolk Tides.
2 de junio de 2012 Baltimore Orioles designado Bill Hall para la asignación.
1 de junio de 2012 Baltimore Orioles seleccionado el contrato de LF Bill Hall de Norfolk Tides.
26 de mayo de 2012 Baltimore Orioles envian a Bill Hall envian a rotundamente a Norfolk Tides.
25 de mayo de 2012 Baltimore Orioles designado Bill Hall para la asignación.
12 de mayo de 2012 Baltimore Orioles seleccionado el contrato de LF Bill Hall de Norfolk Tides.
25 de abril de 2012 Baltimore Orioles agente libre firmado 2B Bill Hall con un contrato de la ligas menores.
25 de abril de 2012 Bill Hall asignado a Norfolk Tides.
4 de abril de 2012 New York Yankees liberan a 2B Bill Hall.
8 de febrero de 2012 New York Yankees agente libre firmado 2B Bill Hall con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
29 de septiembre de 2011 2B Bill Hall eligio agente libre.
3 de septiembre de 2011 2B Bill Hall asignado a AZL Giants de Fresno Grizzlies.
2 de agosto de 2011 San Francisco Giants envian a Bill Hall envian a rotundamente a Fresno Grizzlies.
28 de julio de 2011 San Francisco Giants designado Bill Hall para la asignación.
24 de julio de 2011 envian a 2B Bill Hall una asignación de rehabilitación a Fresno Grizzlies.
8 de julio de 2011 San Francisco Giants ponen a 2B Bill Hall en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. deep laceration of left leg
11 de junio de 2011 2B Bill Hall asignado a San Francisco Giants.
4 de junio de 2011 Houston Astros liberan a 2B Bill Hall.
20 de diciembre de 2010 Houston Astros agente libre firmado 2B Bill Hall.
7 de noviembre de 2010 LF Bill Hall eligio agente libre.
7 de enero de 2010 Boston Red Sox cambian a 1B Casey Kotchman a Seattle Mariners for Player To Be Named Later and LF Bill Hall.
19 de agosto de 2009 Milwaukee Brewers cambian a Bill Hall a Seattle Mariners and High Desert Mavericks cambian a RHP Ruben Flores a Brevard County Manatees.
12 de agosto de 2009 Milwaukee Brewers designado Bill Hall para la asignación.
3 de agosto de 2009 Milwaukee Brewers llamado 3B Bill Hall de Nashville Sounds.
30 de julio de 2009 Milwaukee Brewers opcionado Bill Hall para Nashville Sounds.

Info Biográfica de William Hall

Full name is William Hall, III...graduated from Nettleton (Miss.) High School in 1998...served as a special playoff analyst on ESPN's Cold Pizza following the 2006 season...he appeared in an episode of The Young and the Restless in 2007 with three other Brewers teammates...he took part in a youth program in December 2007, escorting children from Milwaukee's Beckum-Stapleton Little League on a day trip to Kansas City to visit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum...he earned the Michael Harrison Award for Community Service, presented by the Brewers, in both 2004 and 2006...he was the Brewers' 2006 nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award and received the Brewers 2006 Good Guy Award from the Milwaukee chapter of the BBWAA...he has participated in activities to benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the RBI program. 2011 Split the season between the Houston and San Francisco organizations, combining to bat .211 (39-for-185) with 9 doubles, 2HR and 14RBI in 62 games... h started 40 games at 2B for the Astros, and hit .224 (33-for-147) before being released on 6/3...h signed by the Giants on 6/11 where he appeared in just 16 games (.158, 6-for-38)...left game on 7/7 after suffering an injury to his lower left leg when San Diego's Jason Bartlett slid into second base on a steal attempt... was placed on 15-day disabled list on 7/8 with a laceration to his lower left leg (needed seven stitches to close the gash)...was reinstated from the D.L. on 7/28 and was designated for assignment...was outrighted to Triple-A Fresno on 8/2 where he hit .274 (31-for-113) in 31 games over the rest of the year. 2010 In his first season with Boston, made appearances at every position except catcher and first base, including 51 at second base (38 starts), six at shortstop (three starts), five at third base (two starts), 55 in left field (42 starts), seven in center (six starts), nine in right (five starts) and one at pitcher...joined Jack Rothrock (1928) and Steve Lyons (1991) as the only Red Sox ever to appear in at least one game at each of those positions in a single season...became the first Red Sox to make starts at second base, shortstop, third base, left field, center field and right field in one season since Damian Jackson in 2003...was the third Sox player ever with at least 350 plate appearances while appearing at seven defensive positions in one season, also Jeff Frye (1997) and Jack Rothrock (1928 and 1931)...hit 18 homers, his second-most in a single season behind 35 in 2006...among Major Leaguers with 350 at-bats or less, ranked tied for fouth in homers...joined Ted Williams (28 HR in 1950, 28 in 1955, and 29 in 1960) as the only Red Sox ever to hit at least 18 homers in a season that consisted of no more than 344 at-bats...went .364 in the pinch (4x11) with two walks...hit a pinch-hit homer on May 14 at DET, the fifth of his career...debuted with the Red Sox on April 11 at KC, starting at shortstop and also playing left and right field...marked the first time in his career playing three positions in a game...became the only Red Sox since the stat was tracked in 1920 to play each of those positions in the same game...was the first Major Leaguer to do it since Detroit's Shane Halter played every position on Oct. 1, 2000 vs. MIN...played three positions again on Aug. 20 vs. TOR (left field, second base and shortstop), also the first Sox to play each of those spots in a contest...made his first professional pitching appearance on May 28 vs. KC, tossing a 1-2-3 9th inning...was the second position player to pitch for the Sox in 2010, also Jonathan Van Every on May 8 vs. NYY... scored a career-high four runs on June 3 vs. OAK and also collected a season-high four hits, his most since four on July 3, 2006 with the Brewers vs. CIN...joined Johnny Damon (July 23, 2002 vs. TB, G1) as the only Red Sox since 1920 with at least four runs, four hits, one homer and one stolen base in a game...collected his 400th and 401st career RBI with a two-run homer in the 2nd inning on July 9 at TOR...finished that game with a season-high four RBI (matched on Aug. 11 at TOR) and three extra-base hits (two doubles, one homer)...tied for the team lead with six home runs in August (also Adrian Beltre), his most in any month since hitting seven in April 2008...ranked seventh in the AL with a club-best 12.00 AB/HR (72 AB) during the month...matched his career high with two homers on Aug. 11 at TOR (fourth time, first since April 4, 2008 vs. SF with MIL)...hit safely in 14 of his final 17 home games at .367 (18x49), including season-long, seven-game home hit streaks from Aug. 22-Sept. 7 and Sept. 18-Oct. 2... recorded hits in 10 of his last 12 games on the season, hitting .361 (13x36)...the stretch began with a season-high, seven-game hit streak from Sept. 18-26...tallied a career-high two outfield assists, both from left field, on Sept. 20 vs. BAL...stole a career-high- tying two bases (6th time), drove in the tying run and scored the go-ahead run in the 9th in an eventual 4-3, 10-inning loss at NYY on Sept. 26. 2009 After spending 1st 12-plus years of career in MIL system, traded to SEA in August...Combined to post a .980 fielding percentage (5 E/256 TC) while appearing in 69 games at third base (51 starts), 22 in left field (22 starts), 15 in right (12 starts), 3 at second base (2 starts) and 1 in center between the Brewers and Mariners...Made 1st-career appearances in left and right field in 2009...Began the season with MIL and hit safely in 1st 9 games, going 10-for-32 (.313) from 4/7-18...Also hit in each of 9 straight tilts from 4/25-5/3 (.364, 12-for-33, 5 RBI)...Optioned to Triple-A Nashville on 7/30...Recalled on 8/3 and designated for assignment on 8/12...Acquired by SEA with cash considerations on 8/19 in exchange for right-hander Ruben Flores...Played mostly outfield with Mariners, including 21 games/starts in left and 10 contests in right (8 starts)...Knocked game-tying homer in 9th off CWS closer Bobby Jenks on 9/17...Mariners won 4-3 in 14 frames. 2008 Served as the Brewers primary third baseman, switching starting positions for the 3rd consecutive year after playing shortstop in 2006 and center field in 2007...Made 101 starts, including 98 at third base and 3 at second base...Tied a career high with 2 home runs and collected a career-high 6 RBI on 4/4 vs. SF...Recorded game-winning hits in the Brewers final at-bat 3 times in a week on 7/21, 7/22 and 7/26...On 7/21-22 at STL, became the 1st player since the Indians Albert Belle (8/30-31/95 vs. TOR) to provide the game-winning run in consecutive games by way of a home run in the 9th inning or later...Hit a 10th-inning homer on 7/21 and a 9th-inning shot on 7/22...On 7/26 vs. HOU, notched a go-ahead, RBI-single in the 8th...Recorded 4th-career, pinch-hit homer on 8/26 at STL in the 9th inning off Jaime Garcia in a 12-0 win. 2007 Batted .254 with 14 HR and 63 RBI in 136 games...Made 116 starts, all in center field...Tied Prince Fielder for the team lead with 35 doubles...Belted his first career grand slam on 4/16 at Cincinnati off Todd Coffey...Homered with a pink bat on Mother's Day for the second consecutive season on 5/13 at New York-NL...Walked in all 3 plate appearances on 6/12 at Detroit as Justin Verlander tossed a no-hitter against the Brewers.....became the first player ever to reach base 3 times on a team that was no-hit...Smacked his second career grand slam (off Barry Zito) and had a career-high 5 RBI on 6/20 vs. San Francisco...Recorded his 500th career hit on 6/27 vs. Houston with a double off Dave Borkowski...Belted his third career pinch-hit home run on 9/5 vs. Houston with a solo shot off Felipe Paulino...Was on the 15-day disabled list from 7/6-7/24 with a sprained right ankle.....suffered the injury on 7/5 at Pittsburgh while leaping for a Ryan Doumit home run...Batted .271 with 9 HR and 38 RBI in 79 games prior to the injury and .226 with 5 HR and 25 RBI in 57 games after the injury 2006 Was named Brewers MVP as voted on by members of the Milwaukee Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.....was also the recipient of the Brewers Good Guy Award, presented by the BBWAA...Batted .270 with 35 HR and 85 RBI in 148 games...Made 143 starts at four different positions (126g at SS, 10g at 3B, 4g at 2B, 3g in CF).....made his last 116 starts at shortstop for the injured J.J. Hardy...Led the Brewers in runs (101), doubles (39), triples (4), home runs (35), RBI (85), extra-base hits (78), total bases (297) and walks (63)...Hit 27 of his 35 home runs as a shortstop to lead the Major Leagues.....ranked second in franchise history in home runs as a shortstop (Robin Yount, 29hr, 1982)...Of his 145 hits, 78 were for extra bases (53.7%)...Of his 85 RBI, 53 were produced via home run (62.4%)...Led the team and ranked third in the National League with 162 strikeouts.....batted .387 (145-for-375) when he made contact...On 4/10 at St. Louis recorded the first home run in the history of new Busch Stadium with a 2-run shot in the second inning off Mark Mulder.....the bat was sent to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY...Was one of five Brewers (Miller, Clark, Hardy & Fielder) to homer in the fourth inning on 4/22 vs. Cincinnati.....was the fifth time in Major League history that a team hit five home runs in one inning.....Hall hit the first home run of the inning...Homered in 4 consecutive games from 4/29-5/2...On 5/14 vs. New York-NL gave the Brewers a 6-5 win as he belted a walkoff homer off Chad Bradford in the 10th inning.....used a pink bat with his mother's name (Vergie Hall) on it as part of the Mother's Day celebration...From 5/11-5/22 had a career-high 11-game hitting streak (13-44, .295, 3hr, 6rbi), the longest by a Brewer in 2006...On 6/8 vs. San Diego gave the Brewers a 4-3 victory with a walkoff homer off Scott Cassidy in the 10th inning...Recorded his second career 2-homer game in the 12-8 win on 7/24 vs. Pittsburgh...From 7/8-8/20 went 35 consecutive games at shortstop without an error...Was Brewers' nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award...For the second time earned the Michael Harrison Award for Community Service, presented by the Brewers...Was named WE Energies "High Energy Player" as voted on by the fans and media...Following the season was selected to play in the Japan All-Star Series...On 2/5/07 signed a 4-year contract with a club option for 2011. 2005 Recorded career-best .291 average alongside 17 home runs and 62 runs batted in, also career highs...additionally established career marks in games played, runs scored, doubles, triples, sacrifice flies, walks and stolen bases...played in 146 contests and made 128 starts...appeared at second base (23 starts), third base (59 starts) and shortstop (66 starts) for Milwaukee...hit .336 (42-125) with 17 doubles, three home runs and 13 RBI against southpaws...batted .310 (81-261) with 40 extra-base hits (24 doubles, four triples, 12 home runs) and 41 RBI at home...equaled his career-high driving in four runs on May 25 vs. Colorado marking his fourth career four-RBI effort...hit safely in nine consecutive games, a career high, from May 19-28 going 14-for-35 (.400) with three doubles, two home runs and 10 runs batted in during the stretch...hit a .314 clip (27-86) in May with seven doubles, two triples, four roundtrippers and 15 runs batted in...recorded the first multi-homer game of his career June 21 vs CHI...homered off Jerome Williams in the second and fourth innings...was one double shy of equaling the club mark for doubles in June (11, set by Cecil Cooper in 1983)...went 5-6 with three runs scored September 15 at Arizona setting a personal best for hits in a contest...was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle...posted 10 doubles for a second month hitting 10 two-baggers in September...recorded multiple hits in 39 contests; 25 two-hit contests, 11 three-hit games, 4 four-hit games and his career-high five-knock effort. 2004 Earned the club's Michael Harrison Award for Community Service...hit .238 in 126 games with Milwaukee this season with nine homers and 53 RBI in his first full season in the Majors...established career marks in games played, at-bats, runs scored, hits, doubles, triples, homers, runs batted in and stolen bases...batted .241 with two home runs and five runs batted in as a pinch April, his best month of the season, hit .290 with one roundtripper and seven runs batted in...drove in a career-high four runs en route to the biggest comeback in franchise history on April 28 vs Cincinnati helping the Brewers overcome a nine-run deficit...went 3-6 with a game-tying three-run double in the eighth inning...drove in the winning run with a bunt hit in the 10th inning leading the Brewers to the 10-9 victory...was his second consecutive night with a walk-off hit...provided three game-winning walk off hits on the season - April 27 & 28 vs Cincinnati and August 1 vs Pittsburgh...also drove in career-best four runs on September 2 vs Pittsburgh...named the Most Valuable Player in the Brewers series in San Juan by the Puerto Rican media after going 3-8 with a triple, a homer and five RBI against the Expos ...received a trophy on the field after the final game of the series...hit .279 (51-183) with five dingers and 28 runs batted in as a second baseman...batted a .323 clip with a homer and seven RBI in interleague action...had a career-best seven game hitting streak three times during the season: July 18-26, August 1-8 and August 13-20. 2003 Began the season at Triple A Indianapolis prior to recall by Milwaukee on July 21...after hitting just .162 during his first month with the Indians, batted a combined .318 in May, June and July..drove in season-high four runs on May 11 vs Buffalo...posted a 13-game hitting streak July 6 - 20 (.368, 21-57)...after moving into the lead-off spot on June 7, batted .338 with 29 runs and 15 doubles...recalled by the Brewers on July 21 grounding out in season debut that night in Cincinnati...recorded first Major League pinch hit (single) on July 26 at Colorado...had a solid August, batting .293 with three home runs and nine RBI...stole first ML base on August 20 vs Philadelphia...hit in career-best five straight games August 24 - 30...homered in three straight games August 24 - 28...collected first four-hit game (4-5) August 25 at Cincinnati..drove in career-best three runs August 24 vs Pittsburgh and August 25 at Cincinnati...batted .310 (9-29) over the course of his last eight games. 2002 Got his first taste of the Majors as a September call-up after spending the minor league campaign at Triple A off to a good start hitting .273 with a pair of home runs and seven batted in during April...would be his highest monthly average of the season ... recalled from Indy on September 1 following conclusion of minor league campaign...made Major League debut on September 1 at Cincinnati ... collected first Major League hit, a two-run homer off Joe Borowski in the second game of a double header on September 2 at Chicago (N)...plated career-best two runs in that game...equaled career mark driving home a pair of runs September 19 vs Houston. 2001 Hit .289 with 18 home runs and 65 RBI in 130 games between Class A High Desert and Double A Huntsville, taking home Milwaukee's Minor League Player of the Year honor and earning a spot on the 40-man roster...established career highs in hits, triples, home runs, RBI and stolen bases...equaled a career-high with 130 games played...began season with High Desert by hitting .303 with 15 homers and 51RBI in 89 games and was honored as a member of the California League All-Star Team...hit .332 over first two months in High Desert (63-for-190)...homered in three straight games June 21-24...promoted to Huntsville on July 16 ranked third in the California League with 105 hits...hit .256 in 41 games with Huntsville, collecting 14 RBI and helping the Stars to a share of the Southern League title...combined to hit .289 (146-506) this season...hit .291 with 22 RBI in 37 games in prospect-laden Arizona Fall League, earning All-Prospect Team honors. 2000 Spent entire season with Class A Beloit and hit .262 with 30 doubles and 41 RBI in 130 games...hit .370 (17-for-46) in 12 games June 27 - July 9 and hit safely in a season-high 15 consecutive games August 8-25. 1999 Hit .289 with 31 RBI in 69 games for rookie-level Ogden...hit safely in 12 straight games June 19 - July 1, raising his average from .056 to .296. 1998 Signed by Jonathan Story . . . hit .176 in 29 games for rookie-level Helena . . . hit safely in six of eight games July 5-16.