Bill Hall

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Bill Hall MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
0-0 5.79 4.2 3 1.93

Bill Hall Bio

  • Full Name: William Bernard Hall
  • Nickname: Beanie
  • Born: 2/22/1894 in Charleston, WV
  • Debut: 7/4/1913
  • Last Game: 7/18/1913
  • Died: 8/15/1947 in Newport, KY
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 0 0 5.79 3 0 0 4.2 3 1.93

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William Bernard Hall Bio Info

Single . . . graduated from Nettleton (MS) High School in 1998 . . . participated in football, basketball, baseball and track . . . a member of the Nettleton High School State Champion baseball team . . . went 4-for-4 in the final game of the state championship . . . played American Legion for the Tupelo 49ers in 1997 . . . lists weightlifting as his hobby . . . person he respects most outside of baseball is his mother, Vergie . . . credits his father, William, with helping him in his career . . . favorite teams are the Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana Pacers . . . took part in the 2004 Brewers Miller Lite Winter Tour of Wisconsin. 2003 Began the season at Triple A Indianapolis prior to recall by Milwaukee on July 21 . . . after hitting just .162 during his first month with the Indians, batted a combined .318 in May, June and July . . . drove in season-high four runs on May 11 vs Buffalo . . . posted a 13-game hitting streak July 6 - 20 (.368, 21-57) . . . after moving into the lead-off spot on June 7, batted .338 with 29 runs and 15 doubles . . . recalled by the Brewers on July 21 grounding out in season debut that night in Cincinnati . . . recorded first Major League pinch hit (single) on July 26 at Colorado . . . had a solid August, batting .293 with three home runs and nine RBI . . . stole first ML base on August 20 vs Philadelphia . . . hit in career-best five straight games August 24 - 30 . . . homered in three straight games August 24 - 28 . . . collected first four-hit game (4-5) August 25 at Cincinnati . . . drove in career-best three runs August 24 vs Pittsburgh and August 25 at Cincinnati . . . batted .310 (9-29) over the course of his last eight games.