Darick Hall has been selected the #24 prospect in the Phillies’ organization.
Hall received 38 of the 169 votes cast (22.49%). Deivi Grullon received 24 votes (14.20%). Cornelius Randolph received 13 votes (7.69%). Will Stewart and Matt Vierling received 11 votes each (6.51%). Seventeen guys shared the other 83 votes.
The Phillies selected Darick Hall in the 14th round of the 2016 Amateur Draft out of Dallas Baptist University. He signed with the Phillies on June 15th.
Hall’s first assignment was with Williamsport. He posted a .282/.372/.518/.890 slash in 57 games and 226 plate appearances. He had 19 doubles, 9 HR, and 29 RBI.
Hall broke out in 2017 with an All Star season in Lakewood. He slashed .272/.340/.533/.872 in 114 games, 477 plate appearances. He had 28 doubles, 27 HR, and 96 RBI. He received several awards of recognition –
- 2017 MiLB.Com Organizational All-Star
- August 13, 2017 Player of the Week
- 2017 Baseball America Low Class-A All-Star
- 2017 Most Valuable Player (SAL)
- 2017 Post-Season All-Star (SAL)
- June 2017 MiLB.Com SAL Player of the Month
Toward the end of Lakewood’s season, after packing for the return to Texas, Hall received a late call-up to Clearwater for the final week of their season where he hit 2 HR in 7 games.
Hall started the 2018 season in Clearwater. In 48 games (199 plate appearances), he posted a slash of .277/.367/.538/.904 with 12 doubles, 1 HR, and 35 RBI. He collected 2 more awards before being promoted to Reading –
- 2018 MiLB.Com Organizational All-Star
- May 6, 2018 Player of the Week
- 2018 Mid-Season All-Star (FSL)
At Reading, Hall experienced his first disappointing numbers as a professional. He posted .224/.296/.417/.713 in 80 games and 331 plate appearances. He had 10 doubles, 15 HR, and 52 RBI.
Hall was selected to participate in the Arizona Fall League.
The poll for the next prospect will be posted in a separate thread.
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