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Monday, June 17, 2013

Bill Hall signs with Long Island Ducks

6/16/13, "Ducks get an experienced utility player who's done it all," Newsday, Ian Cutler

"Bill Hall is the ultimate utility man. The 33-year old, who recently signed with the Ducks after playing for six MLB teams over his 11-year career, has logged more than 1,000 innings at four different positions in the majors. He has started games at all three spots in the outfield and everywhere on the infield except first base, and even threw a perfect inning of relief for the Red Sox in 2010. In fact, that one appearance out of the bullpen put him in legendary company, as he joined Babe Ruth as a player who has thrown a perfect inning in his career and has had a season in which he's hit at least 35 home runs (Hall did that with the Brewers in 2006). But Hall's versatility doesn't end there. In 2007, he played himself in an episode of CBS' "The Young and the Restless." We asked Hall about his mixed bag of talents, some of his old MLB teammates and his recent signing with the Ducks."... photo credit, "Bill Hall works out during spring training with the Los Angeles Angels in Tempe, Ariz. (Feb. 18, 2013)," ap

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