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Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Hall's Bowie Baysox Season Schedule Announced

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Adam Hallís Bowie Baysox announce today the clubís 2023 regular season schedule for the teamís 31st season as the Double-A Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. The Baysox will open the 2023 campaign on the road with a three-game series at the Hartford Yard Goats (Double-A Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies), April 6-8 before returning for the first series at Prince Georgeís Stadium beginning Tuesday, April 11 through Sunday, April 16 against the Akron Rubber Ducks (Double-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Guardians). During the 2023 regular season, the Baysox will play a total of 138 games (69 home/69 road) concluding the regular season on Sunday, September 17 on the road against the Harrisburg Senators.

The most common opponents the Baysox will have next season are the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals), Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates), and Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco) whom the Baysox will play 24 times each. The second most common opponents are the Akron Rubber Ducks (Cleveland) who the Baysox will play 21 times and Erie SeaWolves (Detroit Tigers) who the Baysox will play 18 times.

The Baysox will also host the Portland Sea Dogs (Boston) and New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto) each for a six-game series this season. The Baysox have not hosted Portland since the 2019 season and New Hampshire since the 2021 season.

The Baysox will not face off against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies (New York Mets) or Reading Fightin Phils (Philadelphia Phillies) during the 2023 regular season.
Friday, October 07, 2022
Orioles Look back on Hall's Season

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With the 2022 minor league season officially in the books, itís time to roll out Camden Chatís annual prospect review series to take stock of some of the most notable young talents in the Oriolesí farm system.

infielder Adam Hall, another Duquette-era holdover, has stagnated in the lower minors, five years after the Orioles made him their second-round pick out of A B Lucas Secondary School in London, Ontario.

The Athleticís Keith Law has always been the high man on Hall, ranking him as the Oriolesí #6 prospect prior to the 2021 season. Hall flashed his speed and on-base skills in his first two years in the Oriolesí system, swiping 55 bases in 69 attempts while registering an OBP of .368 for then short-season Aberdeen in 2018 and .385 at Low-A Delmarva in 2019. His defense also was considered MLB worthy, with Law writing that Hall had ďthe arm and actions to be an average shortstop or above-average-to-plus second baseman.Ē

The canceled 2020 minor league season, though, impacted Hall more than most. Due to Canadaís travel restrictions, he wasnít able to join his fellow Oís prospects at the clubís alternate camp in Bowie during the summer. Hall hasnít recovered since his lost year of development. Spending all of 2021 at High-A, Hallís OBP dropped to .335 and he struck out 100 times in 81 games. Law, who dropped Hall to #18 in his 2022 Oís prospect rankings in February, wrote, ďIf he doesnít start making more contact with some more doubles power, heís going to be hard-pressed to even hit a utility ceiling.Ē

Unfortunately, 2022 turned into another mostly lost year for Hall. While playing for Double-A Bowie, he missed a couple of weeks after contracting COVID-19 in May. He then spent two months away from the team from late June to mid-August for reasons that donít seem to have been publicly disclosed, playing nine games at sporadic intervals for the rookie-league FCL Orioles during that span. Ultimately Hall played just 50 games for the Baysox, posting a career-worst .330 SLG with only 12 extra-base hits. He didnít tap into the doubles power Law was looking for. More concerningly, Hall ó once considered to be a capable defender up the middle ó didnít play a single game at shortstop, and only four at second base, in 2022. He started 21 games in the outfield but got the majority of his starts (23) as a designated hitter.

Whatever the reason for Hallís limited appearances on the diamond ó injuries, or being pushed aside by better prospects ó there simply isnít much of a major league future for a now 23-year-old outfielder/DH who slugs .330 at Double-A. Hall was Rule 5 eligible for the first time after the 2021 season, and while the Oís decided not to place him on their 40-man roster to protect him, the decision at least required a little bit of debate. This winter, thereís no such debate.
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Hall's 2022 Baseball Numbers

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Adam Hallís 2022 season has come to an end, today islandstats.com takes a look at the numbers hall posted for the season playing for three different teams.

Hall played for the Bowie Baysox, the Norfolk Tides, and the Orioles.

Hall finished overall with 211 At Bats, he scored 33 Runs, with 57 hits, and 1 Home Run. Hall had 18 RBIís, and 17 Stolen Bases, with an Average of .270.

With Bowie, Hall had 182 At Bats, scoring 26 runs, with 46 Hits, and his only Home Run of the year. Hall had 13 RBIís, and 16 Stolen Bases, with an Average of .253.
Thursday, September 01, 2022
Hall & Bowie Win Top of the Table Clash Game 1

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Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox are in town to face the Erie SeaWolves in the most important series of the season for both teams.

Bowie took a one-game lead on Erie in the Eastern League Southwest Division after a 6 - 5 win. There are just 17 games left in the regular season. The second-half champion will join first-half winner Richmond in the EL playoffs.

Hall went 0 for 4 from the plate on the night.
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Hall Returns to Bowie Baysox Baseball Action

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Adam Hall made his return to the Bowie Baysox, but he could not prevent his team from falling 10 Ė 8 to the Altoona Curve in extra innings.

Hall went to the plate 4 times, he had an RBI, which was his 14th of the season, he also scored a run.

In his first at-bat, Hall grounds into a force at second with the bases loaded, it brought in a run.

After walking to lead off the sixth, Hall would move to third on a double, before he was brought home on a single to left center field.
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