Adam Hall has arrived at the Gulf Coast League Orioles facility in Sarasota, Florida to begin his Professional career.
The Orioles have not gotten off the the start they would have been looking for, but they are hoping the Bermuda born Hall can help turn things around.
Playing in the Gulf Coast League South Division the Orioles are 5 and 8, five games back of the Twins.
Hall is expected to see some action in the very near future.
The Baltimore Orioles signed high school shortstop Adam Hall for $1.3 million, which is over slot for the No. 60 overall pick valued at $1,068,700.
Hall is an 18-year-old born in Bermuda, who was drafted out of A.B. Lucas Secondary School in Ontario, Canada. He has speed and is solid up the middle, with a good feel for hitting.