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Apr 20, 2024 3.2 0 1 7.71 -1.5
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Apr 6, 2024 5.1 0 1 4.82 0.5
Mar 30, 2024 4.0 0 0 4.50 1.5

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DL Hall's average fastball velocity at Triple-A Norfolk was 93.5 mph early last season, down from the 96.2 mph average he flashed in the majors in 2022. His decreased velocity may have been due in part to lower-back discomfort that lingered from the offseason into spring training. Given Hall's lack of a normal buildup, the Orioles eventually sent him to Florida for strength training. Once he built up his arm strength, he worked out of the Triple-A bullpen before he was summoned to the majors in late August. From that point on, he compiled a 2.76 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 16:4 K:BB over 16.1 innings out of Baltimore's bullpen. The 25-year-old's future is likely in relief due to his shaky control -- he walked 34 across 55 minor-league innings last year -- but he will presumably get a chance to compete for a spot in Milwaukee's rotation after being acquired by the Brewers in the Corbin Burnes trade.

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2024 -2.5-0.6 16.3 1 13 10 7.71 2.27
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: Will get stretched out in minors

    Brewers general manager Matt Arnold said Sunday that Hall (knee/forearm) will continue to get stretched out for starting duty once he resumes his rehab assignment with Triple-A Nashville, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Hall has had his rehab assignment at Nashville shut down on two occasions, with the latest being the result of a bruised left forearm suffered when he was struck by a line drive Tuesday. Though Hall avoided structural damage to his pitching arm, he remains shut down from throwing but should be able to resume ramping up within a few days. Hall could still be a week or more away from resuming his assignment, however, which makes it unlikely that he'll be ready to return from the 60-day injured list before the end of July. Hall had previously covered between two and three innings in his last four rehab starts with Nashville while maxing out at 62 pitches.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Rehab extended

    Hall (knee) didn't suffer a fracture after getting hit in the forearm by a comebacker Tuesday during his rehab outing with Triple-A Nashville, but he'll be shut down from throwing for 3-to-10 days, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Tuesday was originally expected to be Hall's final rehab outing, but his stay in Nashville will once again be extended while he recovers from the forearm injury. The Brewers haven't yet specified a new target date for Hall's return to Milwaukee, though a timeline may emerge once he's cleared to resume throwing.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Exits rehab start with injury

    Hall (knee) was removed from his rehab start at Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday after getting hit in the forearm by a comebacker, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. A 92 mph comebacker struck Hall in the left forearm during the third inning, causing him to be taken out of the game after throwing 54 pitches. For now, the team is labeling the injury as a forearm contusion, as no signs of a fracture have been found, though the 25-year-old is still in the process of being evaluated. Hall's outing Tuesday was expected to be his final appearance in the minors before he returned to Milwaukee, but the left-hander's latest injury may cause his return date to be pushed back even further.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Needs another rehab outing

    Hall (knee) will make one more rehab start with Triple-A Nashville, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Hall's latest rehab start in Triple-A was cut short after three innings due to a rain delay, preventing him reaching his target number of innings. He'll remain in the minors for another turn through the rotation as a result, lowering his chances of rejoining the Brewers ahead of the All-Star break. It remains unclear whether the 25-year-old southpaw will be added to Milwaukee's rotation or head to the bullpen once he returns.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Completes rehab, role still TBD

    Hall (knee) made what is expected to be his final rehab start for Triple-A Nashville on Thursday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. In his sixth and likely final appearance with Nashville since resuming a rehab assignment in mid-June, Hall worked three innings -- matching his total from his previous outing -- and allowed three unearned runs on three hits and three walks. While Hall still has a chance to make it as a starting pitcher, his usage on the farm suggests he won't work as a traditional starter upon his return this season. If he slots into a bulk-relief role, the lefty would have more fantasy appeal than he would if he were to be deployed as an opening pitcher in front of a bulk reliever.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Completes third rehab outing

    Hall (knee) struck out one and allowed one hit and two walks over 1.1 innings in his latest rehab outing Thursday with Triple-A Nashville. Hall has now made three starts for Nashville since resuming his rehab assignment June 13, but he has yet to cover more than two innings or throw more than 36 pitches in any of those outings. His usage would seem to hint that the Brewers envision Hall filling a multi-inning relief role upon his return from the 60-day injured list, after he struggled through four starts with Milwaukee (7.71 ERA, 2.27 WHIP in 16.1 innings) before being shut down April 21 with a left knee sprain.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Cleared to resume rehab assignment

    Hall (knee) will join Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday to resume his rehab assignment, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Hall experienced a setback with his sprained left knee during his second rehab appearance May 23. He's expected to eventually require a platelet-rich plasma injection or possibly surgery for the knee, but for now, he'll attempt to pitch through the injury. Given that he's been on the injured list since April 20 and hasn't made a rehab appearance in about three weeks, Hall will likely require multiple outings at Nashville to get fully stretched out before he's an option for the Milwaukee rotation.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Moves to 60-day IL

    The Brewers transferred Hall (knee) from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Saturday. Hall's move to the 60-day IL makes him ineligible for activation until June 20, but he wasn't likely to return before that date anyway. The 25-year-old lefty was recommended a platelet-rich plasma injection that would have kept him sidelined until September, per Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, but Hall will instead attempt to pitch through his injury before having his knee re-evaluated during the offseason. His spot on the 40-man roster will go to right-hander Elieser Hernandez, who signed a one-year deal with Milwaukee on Saturday.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Bullpen on tap

    Hall (knee) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The 25-year-old visited Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles for a second opinion on his sprained left knee Friday and a platelet-rich plasm injection was recommended, but the left-hander will instead follow the initial medical opinion and get back to throwing. Hall made two one-inning rehab appearances in the minors in late May before he tweaked his knee, and he'll likely require at least a few bullpen sessions before being cleared for game action again.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Getting knee checked out Wednesday

    Hall is scheduled to meet with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Wednesday to have his left knee evaluated, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Hall remains in the midst of a shutdown period after he tweaked his sprained left knee during his second minor-league rehab appearance with Triple-A Nashville back on May 23. The right-hander said that Dr. ElAttrache told him that the MCL in his left knee is intact based on initial scans, but a treatment plan for Hall won't be fully mapped out until Dr. ElAttrache is able to evaluate the knee in person. Hall plans to rejoin the Brewers when their road trip shifts to Detroit this weekend, but it's unclear when he might be ready to resume a throwing program, much less head back out on a rehab assignment.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Gets knee evaluated

    Hall had his left knee evaluated in Milwaukee on Monday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. "We have no indication that [the knee injury] worse than [a tweak] right now," Brewers assistant general manager Matt Kleine said. "But we just want to be conservative. There's no sense in rushing through it or pushing through it at this point." Hall was placed on the 15-day injured list April 21 due to a left knee sprain but was cleared to begin a rehab assignment with High-A Wisconsin on May 19. After making a one-inning appearance for Wisconsin, Hall moved his rehab to Triple-A Nashville last Thursday, and he tossed a scoreless, 16-pitch inning while sporting a fastball that sat around 94-to-95 miles per hour, per MLB.com. Brewers manager Pat Murphy said after Thursday's rehab outing that Hall tweaked his knee late in the appearance after his cleat got caught in the field. Though the Brewers don't appear to be too concerned about Hall's health, the team will wait on the results from Monday's evaluation before determining whether the left-hander is ready to cover multiple innings in his next rehab start.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Poised for rehab assignment

    Hall (knee) will begin a rehab assignment with Single-A Wisconsin on Sunday. Hall got through a two-inning simulated game Tuesday with no issues to clear the way for him to pitch in a rehab game. He's been sidelined for nearly a month with a left knee sprain, so Hall would figure to require at least a couple rehab outings before rejoining the Brewers' rotation.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Throws simulated game

    Hall (knee) threw 35 pitches over two simulated innings Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Hall came out of the throwing session feeling like he's ready to make a rehab start, but he had not yet spoken to the medical staff to confirm that's the next step. The left-hander has been sidelined for the last three-plus weeks with a left knee sprain. Hall will probably need at least two rehab starts before being activated.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Playing catch, but progressing slowly

    Brewers manager Pat Murphy said April 28 that Hall (knee) has started playing catch and is "progressing," but the left-hander remains without a clear timeline for a return from the 15-day injured list, MLB.com reports. Hall was placed on the IL on April 21, one day after he sprained his left knee while fielding a bunt in his start against the Cardinals. The young southpaw was able to stay in the game upon suffering the injury, but he saw a stark decline in his velocity thereafter, prompting the Brewers to shut him down. Hall is in the process of rehabbing and strengthening the knee and hasn't hit any reported snags in the recovery process, but until he reaches the point that he's able to face hitters, the team likely won't have a concrete target date for his return from the IL.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Placed on IL

    The Brewers placed Hall on the 15-day injured list Sunday due to a left knee sprain. Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel notes that Hall sustained the injury on a bunt play in the second inning of Saturday's game against the Cardinals. Hall has failed to last four innings in each of his last two appearances, and he has a 7.71 ERA, 2.27 WHIP and 13:10 K:BB over 16.1 innings this season. With Hall on the IL, the Brewers recalled southpaw Jared Koenig from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move. Bryse Wilson, who threw 3.2 innings as the Brewers' opening pitcher against the Padres on April 17, is a candidate to replace Hall in the starting rotation, per Adam McCalvy of MLB.com.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Bailed out by offense

    Hall escaped with a no-decision in Saturday's 11-5 win over the Orioles, coughing up five runs on eight hits -- including three home runs -- and a walk over 3.1 innings. He struck out four. Facing his former team for the first time after being part of the package sent to Milwaukee this offseason for Corbin Burnes, Hall looked more like a sleeper agent as he served up homers to Ryan Mountcastle and Jordan Westburg in the first inning and Adley Rutschman in the third. However, the Brewers' offense kept pace and took the lead for good in the top of the fourth. Hall has had a bumpy conversion to the rotation so far after 28 of his 29 appearances with the O's came out of the bullpen, and through three starts he's stumbled to a 7.11 ERA, 2.13 WHIP and 10:5 K:BB in 12.2 innings. The 25-year-old southpaw lines up to make his next start on the road next weekend in St. Louis.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Gets early hook in first start

    Hall didn't factor into the decision Saturday, giving up two runs on six hits and a walk over four innings in a 7-6 win over the Mets. He struck out one. Making only his second career big-league start, Hall tossed 45 of 73 pitches for strikes before exiting with the Brewers ahead 5-2, as he fell short of qualifying for the win. The 25-year-old southpaw is being counted on by Milwaukee to fill a rotation spot after being part of the package the team received from Baltimore for Corbin Burnes, but he has a lot to prove before he can be considered a reliable fantasy option. Hall lines up to make his next start at home next weekend against the Mariners.
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  • Brewers' DL Hall: Makes first spring start

    Hall started Friday's Cactus League contest and gave up two earned runs over two innings while allowing five hits and posting a 3:1 K:BB. Hall was not as sharp as he was in his two-inning spring debut Sunday in which he did not allow a hit, but he did minimize the damage to some degree. The Brewers have not yet decided which pitchers will break camp in the rotation, but with Hall going two innings in both appearances to date and throwing 42 pitches Friday, it appears he is getting the opportunity to claim one of the open starting spots.
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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 ESPN.com 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 TheBaltimoreBanner.com 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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