DL Hall Baltimore Orioles

Age: 22 (September 19, 1998) | 6' 2" | 195lbs. | Throws: Left Minors: p-19
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
BAL A+ 2019 4 5 1 0 19 17 80.2 53 3 54 116 3.46 1.33 1.05 6.0 12.9 .310 n/a
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I took two hot-shot lefties in the reserve draft in the ADL: one was Lynch, here is the other. What I forgot to consider (tired after a long zoom day) was that prospects count toward our seven-player reserve list limit and when an active player, like Rudy Tellez, got sent down, I had to make a choice: keep a hot-shot prospect or keep Tellez.

I kept Tellez. I kept Lynch. I didn't keep Hall.

We shall see. But isn't it great that we finally, finally have some minor league games?

In lieu of a traditional daily prospect report, Josh Norris is celebrating Minor League Opening Day by highlighting several players he can't wait to see this year. Full stats from prospects playing in the majors are still below. 

D.L. Hall, LHP, Orioles -- One of the Orioles’ top pitching prospects, he’ll take the Opening Day start with batterymate Adley Rutschman for the Baysox. Combined, that’s the No. 2 overall prospect (Rutschman) and the No. 52 prospect (Hall) setting up shop 60 feet, 6 inches from one another. Hall’s command and control have long been issues, but his stuff is undeniable. His mid-to-upper 90s fastball is particularly intriguing because of the life it shows even to the naked eye. When he’s right, he has strikeout stuff and is one of the nastiest pitchers in the minors.

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