Toby Hall #44

  • C
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2" /255

Toby Hall MLB Career Stats

2350 .262 46 269 2 .671

Toby Hall Bio

  • Full Name: Toby Jason Hall
  • Born: 10/21/1975 in Tacoma, WA
  • Draft: 1995, San Francisco Giants, 24th rd. (663rd overall)
  • College: Nevada - Las Vegas
  • Debut: 9/15/2000
  • Last Game: 9/21/2008
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MLB Career Stats 2350 211 616 46 269 2 .262 .297 .671


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Toby Hall Stats

*Since 2006

Toby Hall Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Toby Hall Statcast Events


Toby Hall Awards

Futures Game Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2001 Durham INT

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2001 Durham INT

INT Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2001 Durham INT

INT Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2001 Durham INT

Toby Hall Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 21, 2010 sent C Toby Hall on a rehab assignment to AZL Rangers.
January 22, 2010 Texas Rangers signed free agent C Toby Hall to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.

Toby Jason Hall Bio Info

Toby Jason Hall...wife's name is Karra...has two children: Tayden and Kendall...along with his wife, has formed the Toby Hall Foundation, a non-profit organization that assists numerous programs in the Tampa Bay-area...was twice his club's Roberto Clemente Award nominee while with Tampa Bay...through various charitable efforts, has done work and/or made donations to assist Ronald McDonald House, National Down Syndrome Society, and the ALS Association. 2009 Missed the entire season following surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder during spring training...signed a minor league deal with the Houston organization on Jan. 14, 2009, and was in major league camp with the Astros...his deal was voided on Feb. 24 after Hall and Houston officials agreed that the pre-existing injury required surgery. 2008 Started 36 games in his second season with the White Sox, as club was 22-14 in those games...batted .267 (32-120) in his 41 total contests... hit .377 (20-53) against left-handed pitchers...did not start consecutive games all year...was 1-for-4 as a pinch-hitter with an RBI...last big league game was Sept. 21 at Kansas City...was on the Sox' postseason roster, but did not appear in the ALDS loss to Tampa Bay...was just 3-for- 46 (6.5%) in throwing out attempted base stealers. 2007 Appeared in just 38 games in his first season with the White Sox after suffering a right shoulder injury during spring training ... his 38 games were down from his 2006 total (85) ... collected just three RBI, the fewest among all major-league players with at least 100 at-bats, and the lowest RBI total in the American League since the Angels' Trent Durrington in 1999 (two) ... did not hit a home run for the first time in his career ... batted .288 (15-52) vs. left-handers, compared to .141 (9-64) vs. righties ... made 35 starts (Sox went 13-22) ... Sox pitchers compiled a 6.12 ERA (199 ER/292.2 IP) when he was behind the plate ... threw out 10.3 percent (3-29) of attempted basestealers ... was 3-23 (.130) with runners in scoring position ... hit .421 (8-19) vs. Detroit, but was just 2-35 (.057) against the rest of the AL Central ... started consecutive games on two occasions ... was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/1 (retro to 3/26) with a dislocated right shoulder ... suffered the injury diving for a ball playing first base on 3/25 vs. Texas ... was recalled from his rehabilitation assignment at Class AAA Charlotte and reinstated from the disabled list on 5/17 ... hit .263 (5-19) with two homers and seven RBI in five rehabilitation games with the Knights ... made his Sox debut on 5/18 at the Cubs, going 2-3 with a double and a run scored ... also committed two errors and was charged with a passed ball ... went 2-4 on 7/15 at Baltimore, his first multihit game since 5/18 at the Cubs ... left on 7/24-2 vs. Detroit with a mild concussion ... went 66 atbats before drawing his first walk on 8/3 at Detroit ... his RBI on 9/16 vs. the Angels was his first since 7/4. 2006 Combined to hit .259 (72-278) with 17 doubles, eight home runs and 31 RBI in 85 games between Tampa Bay and the Dodgers ... was traded by the Devil Rays with pitcher Mark Hendrickson and cash to the Dodgers on 6/27 in exchange for pitcher Jae Seo, catcher Dioner Navarro and a player to be named later (outfielder Justin Ruggiano) ... appeared in 82 games as catcher, two at first base and one at third ... threw out 22.2 percent (12-54) of attempted basestealers between the two teams ... hit .292 (21-72) vs. left-handers, including going 7-16 (.438) vs. lefties with the Dodgers ... struck out just once every 13.36 plate appearances, the seventh-best mark in baseball (min. 275 PA) ... began the season with Tampa Bay and batted .231 (51-221) with eight home runs and 23 RBI in 64 games prior to the trade ... made his club-record fifth consecutive Opening Day start ... hit his first home run on 4/10 vs. Baltimore, ending a string of 298 homerless at-bats (89 games) ... hit .357 (25-70) in April, the second-best April mark in Tampa Bay history (.368, Rocco Baldelli in 2003), but just .176 (26-148) over his final 44 games with the Rays ... made his first career appearance at third base on 5/4 vs. the Yankees ... batted .368 (21-57) in 21 games with the Dodgers ... went 3-5 with three RBI on 7/8 vs. San Francisco, his second start with the Dodgers ... was 7-16 (.438) in August and 14-33 (.424) over his final 13 games ... Sox acquisition was recommended by Dave Yoakum and Bill Scherrer. 2005 Established career highs in average (.287), hits (124) and games played (135) in his third full season with Tampa Bay ... ranked fifth among major-league catchers in average, trailing Cleveland's Victor Martinez (.305), the Angels Bengie Molina (.295), Minnesota's Joe Mauer (.294) and San Diego's Ramon Hernandez (.290) ... also finished fourth among backstops in games played (135) ... batted .307 (63-205) after the All-Star Break, secondbest among catchers (.380, Martinez) ... threw out 37.8 (28-74) percent of attempted basestealers, third-best in the majors (minimum 100 games) ... was charged with eight passed balls ... hit a team-leading .312 (61-190) with runners on base ... made his fourth straight Opening Day start for Tampa Bay ... batted .344 (42-122) from 4/16- 6/7, raising his average from .209 to .318 ... compiled a career-high 11-game hitting streak from 4/26-5/10 ... hit the 1,000th home run in Devil Rays history on 6/7 at Cincinnati ... did not homer after 6/7 ... matched his career high with four hits on 8/27 vs. the Angels (third time) ... made his first appearance at first base on 7/15 at Toronto ... was named the Devil Rays Roberto Clemente Award recipient for the second consecutive season. 2004 Hit .255 with 21 doubles, eight home runs and a career-high 60 RBI in 119 games with Tampa Bay ... ranked sixth among American League catchers in RBI ... hit .294 (30-102) vs. left-handers and .242 (73-302) vs. righties ... batted .287 (60-209) in the first half, but .221 (43-195) after the All-Star Break ... threw out 27.9 percent (17-61) of attempted basestealers, tied for fourth-best in the AL ... struck out once every 10.8 plate appearances, which would have been the fourth-best ratio in the AL had he qualified (58 PA shy) ... made his third straight Opening Day start for the Devil Rays ... went 3-4 with three RBI on 3/30 vs. the Yankees on Opening Day in Japan ... hit his first career grand slam on 8/4 vs. Boston (off Bronson Arroyo) ... was Tampa Bay's Roberto Clemente Award recipient. 2003 Set career bests with 12 home runs, 50 runs scored and 176 total bases in his first full season with Tampa Bay ... led major-league catchers by throwing out a franchise-record 41.3 (31-75) percent of attempted basestealers ... nine of his 12 homers came against right-handers ... threw out Carlos Beltran on 8/1 at Kansas City, ending his string of 28 consecutive steals ... hit a game-winning home run on 8/29 at Seattle. 2002 Batted .258 with 19 doubles, six home runs and 42 RBI in 85 games ... went 72-265 (.272) vs. righthanders, compared to 13-65 (.200) vs. lefties ... hit .322 (28-87) with runners in scoring position and .309 (51-165) after the All-Star Break ... tied a club record by throwing out three baserunners on 7/13 vs. Seattle. 2001 Spent the majority of the season at Class AAA Durham, but was recalled on 7/26 and batted .298 (56-188) in 49 games ... finished third among AL rookies in average (min. 100 AB), behind Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki (.250) and the Angels' Shawn Wooten (.312) ... the .298 average after the break ranked third on the club ... hit safely in 39 of 46 starts. 2000 Was 2-12 (.167) in four games in his first season with Tampa Bay ... his contract was purchased from Durham on 9/11 ... made his major-league debut on 9/15 vs. Oakland (0-2) ... recorded his first hit (single) and home run (off Frank Castillo) on 9/22 at Toronto ... Combined to hit .327 (149-455) in 115 games between Class AA Orlando and Durham ... began the season with Orlando and hit .343 (93-271) with nine home runs and 50 RBI in 68 games ... ranked second in the Southern League in average and hits at the time of his promotion on 6/30 ... batted .304 (56-184) in 47 games with the Bulls ... went 11-22 (.500) with two homers and eight RBI in the IL playoffs ... was a non-roster invitee to spring training. 1999 Batted .278 (107-385) with 13 home runs and 70 RBI in 102 games between Orlando and Class A St. Petersburg ... was the second-hardest to strike out among all minor leaguers (19 SO/385 AB) ... led Orlando to the SL championship, hitting .536 (15-28) with seven RBI in the postseason ... was a non-roster invitee to spring training. 1998 Named to the South Atlantic League All-Star Team after hitting .321 (121-377) with six homers and 50 RBI in 105 games ... ranked second in the Tampa Bay farm system and fourth in the SAL in average.