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Where Does Bill Hall Fit for the Boston Red Sox?

Published by on January 6, 2010
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Recently, the Boston Red Sox traded utility first baseman Casey Kotchman to the Seattle Mariners for a minor league player and Bill Hall.

Hall hit .201 last year between the Mariners and the Milwaukee Brewers and is scheduled to make $8.4 million in 2010.

In other words, Bill Hall is a complete waste of money.

I'm definitely no Casey Kotchman fan (the worst trade of 2009 was LaRoche-Kotchman trade, in my opinion), and I was begging for his trade all offseason, but is Bill Hall really all that Theo can get in return?

Another overpaid right-handed bat. Whoopdy-freaking-doo.

Sure, Hall can play every a lot of positions (every position except pitcher and catcher), but a .201 average. H...

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