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Monday, March 18, 2024
Winnipeg Goldeyes Manager Looking for Hall to Lead

New Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Logan Watkins thinks he has the roster to get the team back to their winning ways in his first year at the helm.

The 34-year-old from Wichita, Kan., has signed 16 players so far this offseason including Adam Hall, with a strong emphasis on bringing in names with experience — especially when it comes to his pitching staff.

“There’s going to be far and few guys with experience in the league and we’ve got three of them,” said Watkins.

Watkins is hoping Canadian outfielder Hall is one as the 24-year-old owns a career .279 batting average with 10 home runs and 118 runs batted in during his six years in the Baltimore Orioles system.

Born in Bermuda, Hall grew up in London, Ont., before being selected in the second round of the 2017 MLB June Amateur Draft by the AL East club.

“I’ve heard from multiple people that if the injury bug hadn’t him he had a chance to get to the big leagues. The feedback I’ve got on him and kind of looking at his numbers and seeing what he’s capable of, you can tell he’s a talented kid,” said Watkins.

“He’s still pretty young, he was drafted out of high school so he’s a guy who’s young in age but has a lot of experience since he’s been in pro ball since he was 18 or 19 years old.”
Monday, February 05, 2024
Hall Signs for Winnipeg Goldeyes

The Winnipeg Goldeyes have signed Canadian outfielder Adam Hall for the upcoming season.

Hall was chosen in the second round of the 2017 Major League Baseball June Amateur Draft by the Baltimore Orioles out of A.B. Lucas Secondary School in London, Ontario.

Hall played parts of six seasons in the Orioles’ system, reaching as high as Class AAA with the International League’s Norfolk Tides in 2022. The 24-year-old has a career .279 batting average with 61 doubles, 11 triples, 10 home runs, and 118 runs batted in. He has swiped 101 bases and has only been caught stealing 17 times.

“We are excited to add another Canadian to the club,” said first-year Goldeyes manager Logan Watkins. “Adam is a former second-round pick who brings a lot of ability to our team. The fans can expect to see a fast, versatile player who is eager to play his best baseball coming off an injury. We look forward to seeing what this season brings for Adam.”

Winnipeg now has 11 players under contract for the 2024 season. Hall is poised to become the first player in AA history born in Bermuda.
Thursday, November 09, 2023
Hall Granted Free Agency

Minor League Players including Adam Hall have been granted free agency.

Players are granted MiLB free agency after seven years of service unless they are added to a team’s 40-man roster. There are 573 MiLB free agents that have come across the MLB transactions so far.
Monday, November 06, 2023
Hall Awaits Orioles Final Roster Announcement

The Orioles filled their 40-man roster last week by claiming left-hander Tucker Davidson off waivers from the Royals. The start of the tinkering and retooling.

They made another move Wednesday, claiming outfielder Sam Hilliard off waivers from the Braves and designating reliever Joey Krehbiel for assignment.

Davidson and Hilliard, who are out of minor league options, could stay on the 40-man heading into spring training, where they'd compete for a bullpen and bench role, respectively, or the Orioles might attempt to pass one or both through waivers and offer a camp invitation - a maneuver they've executed countless times in the past. The duo could stay in the organization or move on from it.

We're only in the third day of November. Lots of other changes are forthcoming.

Jack Flaherty, Shintaro Fujinami, Kyle Gibson, Adam Frazier and Aaron Hicks became free agents after the World Series. Five subtractions that bring down the total to 35.

Pitchers Keegan Akin and Dillon Tate and infielder/outfielder Terrin Vavra must be reinstated from the 60-day injured list. Three additions that raise the total to 38.

The Orioles will keep at least one spot open for the Rule 5 draft. However, they also need to decide which players to protect in it. The deadline to add players within the organization to the 40-man is Nov. 15.

Outfielder Hudson Haskin, the system’s No. 17 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline, appears to be the strongest candidate. Catcher Maverick Handley and right-hander Ryan Watson, the organization’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2022, also are eligible.

So are pitchers Garrett Stallings, Jean Pinto, Kyle Brnovich, Zach Peek, Nolan Hoffman and Connor Gillispie, infielder Anthony Servideo, first baseman/outfielder TT Bowens, infielder/outfielder Adam Hall and outfielder Shayne Fontana. Just to name a few more.

The Orioles have 17 players eligible for arbitration, per MLBTradeRumors.com, and a few non-tender candidates also could impact the 40-man. The club isn’t likely to sign all 16.

The non-tender deadline is Nov. 17.
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Hall's 2023 Baseball Numbers

Adam Hall's injury-filled 2023 Baseball season has ended with him playing a total of 11 games between two teams.

Hall played 6 games for the Aberdeen Ironbirds and five games for the FCL Orioles.

Hall had a total of 45 plate appearances, scoring 4 Runs, he had 6 Hits, including 2 Doubles, and 1 Triple.
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