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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 60.53.4 19.3 3 23 5 3.26 1.19
2022 27.52.5 13.7 1 1 1 19 6 5.93 1.68
3y Avg. 42.53 16.7 2 0 0 21 6 4.32 1.44
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Heading to Milwaukee

    Hall was traded from the Orioles to the Brewers along with Joey Ortiz and the 34th pick in the 2024 MLB Draft in exchange for Corbin Burnes on Thursday, Jeff Passan of reports. Hall was once viewed as a top prospect as a starting pitcher, though he's made only one start in 29 appearances in the majors. He was effective as a reliever in 2023, posting a 3.26 ERA and 1.19 WHIP across 19.1 innings for Baltimore after a disrupted offseason caused him to begin the year at less than full strength, though he also covered 49 frames in the minors. However, Hall should have a renewed chance to join a big-league rotation with Milwaukee, and he will likely compete for the role in spring training with the likes of Colin Rea and Joe Ross.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Still viewed as long-term starter

    Orioles general manager Mike Elias said Thursday that the team still views Hall as a starter long term, Andy Kostka of reports. Elias did add, however, that it's possible Hall breaks camp as a reliever, depending on how things shake out in spring training. The plan is to get Hall stretched back out after he spent much of 2023 in a relief role, but it hasn't been determined whether that will happen right away or throughout the course of the upcoming season. All 18 of the southpaw's appearances with Baltimore last season came in relief and he was excellent, posting a 3.26 ERA and 23:5 K:BB over 19.1 innings. Hall, 25, has still yet to reach 100 frames in any of his six professional seasons.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Picks up third win

    Hall (3-0) allowed an unearned run and struck out one over two-thirds of an inning to earn the win Tuesday over the Astros. Hall put a runner on base due to an error by Adam Frazier in the sixth inning, and that runner came around to score after Jorge Lopez allowed a home run. Over nine appearances in September, Hall has allowed six runs (five earned) over 7.1 innings. The southpaw has a 4.61 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 17:5 K:BB through 13.2 innings this season.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Earns second win

    Hall (2-0) pitched a perfect inning to earn the extra-innings win over the Rays on Sunday. A groundout allowed the initial runner in the 11th inning to reach third base, but Hall didn't let anyone aboard. The Orioles then walked it off with a Cedric Mullins sacrifice fly in their half of the frame. Hall allowed three runs and failed to record an out Friday versus the Rays, but he's kept runs off the board in four of his last five appearances. He's at a 4.85 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 16:5 K:BB through 13 innings this season.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Picks up win Monday

    Hall (1-0) allowed a hit and struck out one over 1.1 scoreless innings to earn the win Monday over the Cardinals. Dean Kremer lasted just 4.1 innings as the starter, and Hall was the first reliever in the game, kicking off 4.2 scoreless innings from Baltimore's bullpen. Hall has kept runs off the board in six of his nine major-league outings this season, pitching to a 3.09 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 15:5 K:BB over 11.2 innings. He's been used in a versatile role lately, collecting a hold and a blown save since he was called up from Triple-A Norfolk on Aug. 26. Hall could provide ancillary save support when Yennier Cano is unavailable.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Recalled by Orioles

    Hall was recalled by the Orioles on Saturday, Andy Kostka of reports. The 24-year-old lefty has struggled to a 5.94 ERA in 16.2 career MLB innings despite a 32.9 percent strikeout rate. He recorded a 4.57 ERA in 11 Triple-A starts at the beginning of this season before the Orioles elected to back him off and rebuild his arm strength at the team's spring training complex, as his velocity was down nearly three ticks. He's since returned to strike out 18 batters in 7.2 innings of relief and could be a weapon out of the bullpen down the stretch in Baltimore. A corresponding move has yet to be announced.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Joining Triple-A bullpen

    Hall, who was building up arm strength at the Orioles' spring training facility in Florida, is back with Triple-A Norfolk and will work out of the bullpen initially, Danielle Allentuck of reports. There isn't enough time for Hall to get stretched out and become a viable option in the big-league rotation, so it makes sense for Baltimore to get Hall some relief work, as that could be his role for the big club down the stretch and in the postseason. Hall has immense long-term strikeout upside as a starter or as a reliever, as there are few lefties in baseball with his combination of fastball velocity and depth of repertoire -- at times he will show multiple plus offspeed pitches. However, injuries and poor control continue to linger as part of his profile, which is why some evaluators believe he fits best as a reliever long term.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Strength training in Florida

    Hall has been at the Orioles' spring training facility in Florida for the past four weeks in an effort to regain strength and velocity, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Banner reports. Hall's average fastball velocity at Triple-A was 93.5 mph, down from the 96.2 mph average fastball he showed in the majors last year. He dealt with lower-back discomfort this past winter, which prevented him from lifting weights like he normally does in the offseason, and the back issue lingered into spring training, so he never really had a normal buildup prior to pitching in real games. Hall built up to 98 total innings in 2022 and is sitting at 44.1 innings this season, so he is running out of time to approach the 100-inning mark. The 24-year-old southpaw came into the year with bullpen risk due to his shaky control, and this season's arm-strength-related setback makes a future in the bullpen seem even more likely.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Heads back to Triple-A

    The Orioles returned Hall to Triple-A Norfolk following Saturday's doubleheader with the Tigers, Rich Dubroff of reports. Hall was up with the big club for just one day after being designated as the 27th man for the doubleheader. The left-hander came on in relief in the Orioles' 7-4 loss in the early game, giving up two runs on five hits over three innings while striking out seven against one walk. Hall will likely be back at some point for Baltimore in the coming weeks.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Up as 27th man Saturday

    Hall was called up to serve as the 27th man for the Orioles in Saturday's doubleheader against the Tigers, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. Hall will give the O's an extra arm in long relief as they navigate through the twin bill in Detroit. The highly-touted 24-year-old lefty has posted a 4.41 ERA and 20:9 K:BB in 16.1 innings (four starts) this season at Triple-A Norfolk.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Bound for Triple-A

    The Orioles optioned Hall to Triple-A Norfolk on Sunday, Jacob Calvin Meyer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Hall is healthy again after he overcame a lower-back injury to make two extended Grapefruit League relief appearances Monday and Saturday, but the Orioles want him to continue building up as a starter in the minors before a return to the majors is considered. Assuming he stays healthy and productive at Norfolk in the early part of the season, Hall should be among the top candidates for a promotion if a spot in the big-league rotation opens up at any point.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Bullpen a possibility

    Hall (back) being used as a reliever at the start of the season was not ruled out by Orioles manager Brandon Hyde on Monday, Roch Kubatko of reports. The plan prior to Hall suffering a back injury had been to stretch the left-hander out as a starter. That could still happen at Triple-A Norfolk, but now keeping him in the majors as a member of the bullpen is also being considered. Hall made his Grapefruit League debut Monday against the Phillies, striking out four but allowing three runs -- one earned -- over 1.2 innings of work.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Cleared for spring debut

    Hall (back) is scheduled to appear in relief of starter Kyle Bradish in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Phillies, Roch Kubatko of reports. The upcoming appearance will mark Hall's first of the spring after he had been building up slowly during camp while he's worked to move past discomfort in the lower right side of his back. He'll likely work only an inning or two Monday but is still expected to be stretched out as starter, even though he won't be a candidate to break camp as a member of the Opening Day rotation. The Orioles are likely to place Hall on the injured list in the coming days, but he'll still be able to continue his buildup program at the team's spring facility in Florida before eventually heading out on a rehab assignment once the minor-league season begins in early April.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Throwing simulated game

    Hall (back) is throwing a two-inning simulated game Thursday, Roch Kubatko of reports. Hall is probably not going to be an option for the Orioles at the beginning of the 2023 regular season as he recovers from a lower-back injury, but he continues to work through his rehab program without issue. The 24-year-old left-hander could make his Grapefruit League debut sometime next week and will get stretched out from there.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Nearing live throwing

    Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Hall (back) threw a bullpen session Wednesday and is set to throw live batting practice in the upcoming days, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. Hall won't be an option for Opening Day while he remains behind the Orioles' other pitchers in his throwing progression due to the lower-back injury, but the fact that he's been cleared for mound work with a couple weeks left to go in spring training suggests he shouldn't be headed for an extensive absence to begin the season. The Orioles are still looking to develop the 24-year-old lefty as a starter, so he'll presumably join the Triple-A Norfolk rotation whenever he's deemed to be healthy.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Won't be ready to start by opener

    Manager Brandon Hyde said Thursday that Hall (back) won't be able to get built up enough to start by Opening Day, Roch Kubatko of Hall reported to camp with discomfort on the right side of his lower back and isn't expected to be ready for games until the third week of March, so it's not a surprise that he won't be stretched out enough to start. The plan had been for him to compete for a spot in the Orioles' rotation, although, realistically, he was probably either going to start in the Triple-A Norfolk rotation or big-league bullpen. The club has not yet decided how they will handle Hall's role to begin the campaign, but he's pain-free now and is expected to face hitters soon.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Nursing back issue

    Hall will have a delayed start to spring training due to a lumbar injury, Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports. Hall is still expected to be in the mix for a spot on the Opening Day roster, but the injury obviously doesn't help his chances. The hard-throwing lefty is expected to be used as a starter this spring but might also be an option for the bullpen.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Entering spring as starter

    Hall will enter spring training as a starting pitcher, Roch Kubatko of reports. All but one of Hall's 11 appearances late last season came in relief, but he'll head into spring training as one of 12 competitors for five spots in Baltimore's rotation. The dynamic lefty might ultimately wind up in the bullpen over the long haul if he can't improve his control and command, but there's no reason to pull the plug on him as a starter yet. O's general manager Mike Elias wasn't ready to say Friday whether Hall might move to the bullpen if he doesn't win a rotation spot, or if he'd head to Triple-A Norfolk.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Back in big leagues

    The Orioles recalled Hall from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday. As Roch Kubatko of noted Wednesday, Hall is seen as a long-term fit in the Baltimore rotation, but he'll be rejoining the big club as a reliever over the final five weeks of the season while the organization looks to manage his workload. Hall had already transitioned to the bullpen prior to his promotion, striking out 11 while allowing three earned runs on two hits and five walks across 6.2 innings over his final four relief appearances for Norfolk.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Rejoining big club as reliever

    The Orioles plan to recall Hall from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday, Roch Kubatko of reports. Hall made his MLB debut earlier this month as a starter, but he was sent back to the minors immediately after that outing and has since pitched in relief for Norfolk. The Orioles still intend to develop Hall as a starter over the long term, but because he's already nearly tripled his innings count from a season ago -- he's covered 88 innings in 2022 compared to 31.2 in 2021 -- the organization will keep him in the bullpen the rest of the way in an effort to manage his workload. Once officially promoted, Hall will likely be eased in as a low-leverage reliever, but the rookie could eventually settle into a key setup role later in September if he impresses in his initial appearances out of the big-league bullpen.
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