Brian Hall continues the battle to remain healthy. After having off-season surgery on both of his wrists, Hall continued to be bothered when taking part of baseball activities. Further evaluation revealed that another surgery has to take place, and the end of Hall's professional career could be nearing.
March 31, 2007
In February InsideTheDome launched its Top 50 Prospect list and now it is time to go back and see how those fifty players are performing at the halfway point of the season. This checklist and review will lead up to our feature of the week, The Midseason Top 50 Prospect List, which will be followed with an individual report on every one of the fifty players.
July 11, 2005
The Toronto Blue Jays drafted Brian Hall in the 10th round of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft out of Stanford University. Hall ranks as ITD's 35th best prospect, despite the fact that he has played just three months of professional baseball.(<b>Free Preview of Premium Content</b>)
March 13, 2005
InsideTheDome.com looks at the peripheral stats of the Auburn Doubleday hitters as a review of this past season, and as a method of analyzing their future. The Auburn hitters finished with a season batting average of .274, as they led the league in runs scored with 427 and finished with sixty-one home runs, good enough for second in the league.
January 31, 2005
In Part 2 of our recap of the 2004 draft, InsideTheDome.com takes a look back at the next ten rounds of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft, and analyze the ten prospects the Blue Jays selected in those ten rounds, while talking a little about what we believe their future will hold.
January 30, 2005
The 2004 Stanford Baseball season ended earlier than most expected as the Cardinal were knocked off in regional play. However, despite the disappointing ending, there is plenty to look back on and celebrate about this special Stanford baseball team. Read on for comments about what went right and what went wrong this year for the Cardinal. In addition, check out all the final stats, who is going home with postseason awards, a recap of the top five games of '04, and a look to the future.
June 25, 2004