Bill Hall, is looking to make a comeback, according to his twitter page. The infielder played in the minors last season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and last played in the majors with the Baltimore Orioles in 2012. Over his career, Hall has 121 home runs, 60 stolen bases and 440 runs batted in.
He tweeted the news earlier in the week, and received much support. Many fans even tweeted him calling him a Milwaukee Brewers legend, where he spent his first eight years in the big leagues, having been drafted by the Brewers.
I have decided to make a comeback. So stay tuned for my plans for the future. My mind has never been clearer. Now I know what I’m playing 4!
— Bill Hall (@BillHall_III) May 22, 2014
— Nick Smith (@nicksmith710) May 24, 2014
The fans clearly love Bill Hall, and regardless of where he signs, the fans will warm to him. Over his solid career, Hall has played for the Brewers, the Mariners, the Red Sox, the Giants, the Astros and the Orioles. Last season, in the minors, he collated a solid year. He hit 17 home runs, batted in 70 runs and had a .727 OPS.