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Brooks Hall

#35 | RHP | BrewersMIL
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Brooks Hall
Name: Steven Brooks Hall
Born: Jun 26, 1990 in Anderson, SC
High School: Hanna HS, Anderson, S.C.
Ht.: 6'5" / Wt.: 235 lbs
Bats: R / Throws: R
 IPERAWHIPBB/9SO/9
2021218.003.004.5018.00
Career626.14.281.352.806.31
Drafted in the 4th round (136th overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2009 (signed for $700,000)
Like Mississippi signee and top prep prospect David Renfroe, Hall would be an impact college player as a two-way option. He's a power bat at third base, though he lacks Renfroe's easy actions and feel for defense. He's much less of a prospect as a hitter than as a pitcher, where Hall was gaining some steam, especially after throwing a perfect game in March. Hall has good size and at times stays tall and uses his 6-foot-5 frame to his benefit, driving an 88-92 mph fastball down in the strike zone. At his best, he hit some 94s, and he also showed the ability to spin a power slider that could be a plus pitch. His frame has projection as well. His early helium peaked when he matched up with Mauldin High and righthander Madison Younginer, the top prospect in the Palmetto State, and Younginer won the matchup hands-down. Hall was limited in April to just hitting due to an biceps tendinitis injury, and scouts were starting to back off him considering his South Carolina commitment and bonus demands.
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