The New York Yankees are looking into adding some depth on their roster by signing Bill Hall. Hall can play multiple positions in both the infield and the outfield. Last season, he played with the Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants.
In 185 at-bats last season, Hall hit only .211 with two homers and 14 RBIs. However, he did play relatively well in 2010 with the Boston Red Sox, totaling 18 homers and 46 RBIs to go along with a .247 batting average in 120 games.
After struggling last season, the Yankees are said to only be offering a minor league contract. And while Hall was originally asking for more, he’s reportedly now willing to sign such a deal.
If Hall does ink a deal with the Yankees, don’t be surprised if he sticks around. The Yankees could use a utility player and Hall is one of the most versatile players in the league.