Being in Aberdeen there were plenty of concerns about the start of Adam Hallís season, which saw him start slowly at the plate after a limited spring training and has featured a whirlwind of infielders getting promoted past him and up to compete with him on a daily basis.
Last week against Brooklyn, Hall went 7-for-18 (.389) with a pair of doubles and four steals to bring his season mark up to 20, Hall has a batting average of .246 with 42 hits, 2 home Runs, and 14 RBIs, he also has scored 29 runs.
He played just once this week in center field, a position that could allow him to create some value at going forward. Thereís been a lot of progress in building infield depth in the last few drafts with Gunnar Henderson, Westburg, Joey Ortiz, Anthony Servideo, and others. Hall shouldnít be forgotten.