Sources have confirmed that the Yankees have signed the utility infielder for a base salary of 600 thousand dollars plus incentives. Hall 32 batted .211 last season with the Astros and Giants mainly playing second base but he can play second,third,short and all three outfield positions. Hall had a great year in 2010 with the Red sox when he hit 18 HR.

It’s a minor league deal with a provision that he can opt out if not on the MLB roster by April 4th. Hall works out with Yankee hitting coach Kevin Long during the off season.

The Yankees are still looking for a bat to fill those DH spots. The Yankees are said to be in negotiations with Ibanez, Matsui and Damon but are not willing to pay the current market price. Who do you think?

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