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Saturday, June 25, 2022
Hall & Bowie Baysox Shutout Erie SeaWolves

Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox teammates affirmatively broke their five-game losing streak, earning their sixth shutout win of the year as they defeated the Erie SeaWolves 4 - 0.

Drew Rom and Noah Denoyer combined for the blank performance, while Hudson Haskin slugged his eighth home run of the season, and Zach Watson drove in a run for the third consecutive game.

Hall went 3 for 4 from the plate, with 1 run, as Bowie breaks their losing skid into the final weekend of the first half, their record on the year sits at 26-41.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Hall & Bowie Baysox Fall to the Erie SeaWolves

Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox teammates went down 5 – 4 to the Erie SeaWolves.

Hall went 1 for 5 from the plate, with 3 strikeouts.
Sunday, June 19, 2022
Hall & Bowie Baysox Fall to Binghamton

After leading for seven innings, Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox teammates fell to the Binghamton Rumble Ponies 8 - 5 in the sixth game of the seven-game series.

Zach Peek punched out three batters in the top of the first, but Ronny Mauricio took the spotlight in the inning with a solo home run to right field. The Baysox quickly responded with four runs against righty Hunter Parsons, as Cesar Prieto and Hall doubled, Joseph Ortiz and Maverick Handley were walked, and Andrew Dashbach and AJ Graffanino shared a pair of hits to make it 4-1.

Manny Rodriguez doubled in the top of the second and came around to score off an error, inching Binghamton closer.

In a pitching battle between Peek and reliever Yeizo Campos, as 19-consecutive batters were sent aside by the pair of pitchers.

As Binghamton dipped into the bullpen again, Antonio Santos hit a snag in the bottom of the seventh when Handley grounded one to single and an RBI double from Hall drove in the run, making it 5-2.

In the top of the eighth with Clayton McGinnes relieving Peek, Brett Baty lifted a three-run homer to straight-away center field to tie the game at five. The homer chased McGinness from the game, but Hayden Singer continued the rally when he singled on a fly ball to first base, stole second, and scored on an automatic double by Brandon McIlwain, all with two outs against reliever Shelton Perkins.

Hall finished the game going 3 for 4 from the pate, with 3 RBI’s.
Saturday, June 18, 2022
Hall Helps Bowie Baysox Edge Binghamton

The Binghamton Rumble Ponies fell to Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox teammates 9 - 8 in 10 innings at Prince George’s Stadium as the Baysox rallied in both the ninth and tenth innings to pull out the win.

Bowie has now taken four of the first five games in the series and handed Binghamton their third straight loss.

Hall went 3 for 3 from the plate, which included a Home Run, a Double and a Single. Hall also stole his 15th Base of the Season.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022
Hall Battling Many Challenges

First, Adam Hall contracted COVID-19, forcing him to the injured list at Double-A Bowie in early May. He was quarantined for 10 days in his Odenton, Md., apartment before being activated by the Baysox May 20.

Then, Hall’s beloved Toronto Maple Leafs lost in Game 7 of a first-round series against the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning. The Ontario native has been a diehard Leafs fan since he was a kid. Toronto has not won the Cup since 1967 or a first-round series since 2004.

But things have been looking up at the ballpark. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Hall is hitting .288/.384/.342 with four doubles entering play May 24, up from .248/.335/.337 a year ago at High-A Aberdeen. He has also settled into a super utility role, playing some second base, center field and right field so far this year.

Hall, 23, knows his versatility will be vital to making the big leagues.

“I really like it. I’m big into knowing where to go on plays,” Hall said on Glenn Clark Radio May 18. “As a kid, that was always my thing. I would be thinking about it before the play. ‘Where am I going if this happens? Where am I going if this happens?’ So being able to do that from every position, I enjoy that and just being able to play a different position every day potentially, that also kind of keeps things fresh. It’s fun for me. I like it.”

Hall played mostly second base (47 games) for the IronBirds last year while sprinkling in some time in center field (13) and shortstop (12). He said he began playing the outfield a lot during spring training this year, and that has carried over to Bowie.

There was a time when Hall was considered a possible future shortstop for the Orioles. He was drafted by the Orioles out of A.B. Lucas Secondary School in London, Ontario, in the second round of the 2017 MLB Draft. He showed solid contact and on-base skills during his first two full pro seasons, setting himself up for a possible breakout in 2020.

But that season never transpired, robbing Hall of crucial developmental time.

“In terms of the most difficult thing that I’ve gone through, it’s definitely been the COVID year, kind of being stuck in Canada through that,” Hall said. “We were hit pretty heavy with the restrictions there. Just not seeing any live pitching for almost a year and a half, that was a big year for me that was supposed to happen that year. That was tough.”

The missed season came on the heels of losing his father, Tyler, to multiple myeloma at the age of 53 in March 2020.

Hall is continuing his journey to the big leagues with his dad in mind. He just hopes there are fewer obstacles thrown at him in the years to come, but there are never any guarantees.

“There’s always that adversity,” Hall said. “Maturing is how you’re able to deal with that.”
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