Adam Hall started the 2012 baseball season with a double header against the former provincial champion Windsor Stars playing for the London Badgers. Hall was 3 for 5 on the day with a Grand Slam, he also had a solo homer and a single as his London team swept both games from Windsor by scores of 12-1 and 7-4.
Hall recently moved full time to London, Ontario to continue his baseball aspirations with the London Badgers Baseball organization. A generous offer from Hall's coach to billet him for the next 5 years is providing Hall the opportunity to advance his baseball while attending school in Canada. The Badgers have an excellent program and their graduates are regularly accepted to U.S. Colleges. Many have also been drafted to professional level teams and have, or are currently, playing in the MLB minor league system.
Badgers coach Ken Frohwerk said, "When I first heard we were getting a kid from Bermuda, I was skeptical that he would come as advertised and thought I would take the wait and see approach and form my own opinion. Well I did wait and I did see as Adam went on to lead the team in every offensive category in 2011, as well as playing stellar defense at shortstop and pitching in most of the key games. He did come as advertised and then some! Just as impressive have been Adam’s leadership skills on our team. We are looking forward to a great 2012 season."