Jimmie Hall

Jimmie Hall

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Jimmie Randolph Hall (born March 17, 1938 in Mount Holly, North Carolina) is a former Major League Baseball outfielder and left-handed batter who played for the Minnesota Twins (1963–66), California Angels (1967–68), Cleveland Indians (1968–69), New York Yankees (1969), Chicago Cubs (1969–70) and Atlanta Braves (1970).

Minor league career

After attending Belmont High School and playing baseball, Hall was signed as an amateur free agent by the Washington Senators on June 21, 1956 following his high school graduation. After signing, Hall was assigned to the Superior, NE Senators in the D-level Nebraska State League where he made an immediate impression-hitting .385 with 15 home runs, 6 triples, and 11 doubles in only 58 games. However he would fail to build on, or even equal, this level of production at the plate and would languish for the next six full seasons in the minors before seeing the major leagues. Promoted to the Kinston Eagles in the B-level Carolina League in 1957 on the strength of his debut season, Hall would regress in his sophomore season and only hit .233 with 6 homeruns in 133 games. Forced to repeat the same level in 1958, Hall regained some of his power stroke, belting 17 homeruns and 14 doubles to go along with a .267 batting average in 75...
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