Hall begins his first season on Long Island and in the Atlantic League. He is a veteran of 11 seasons at the Major League level, spending time with six teams (Brewers, Mariners, Red Sox, Astros, Giants and Orioles). He has a .248 career average in 1,054 games played with 125 homers, 440 RBI, 210 doubles and 21 triples. The 33-year-old’s best season came in 2006 with the Brewers when he batted .270 with 35 home runs, 85 RBI, 101 runs and 39 doubles in 148 games.
The Mississippi native began the 2013 season with Salt Lake (AAA, Angels) of the Pacific Coast league and compiled one homer, seven RBI and four runs in 21 games. He spent the majority of 2012 with Norfolk (AAA, Orioles), posting 15 homers, 45 RBI and 18 doubles in 90 games and also spent time last season at the Major League level with the Orioles. Hall was originally drafted by the Brewers in the sixth round of the 1998 amateur draft.