December 17, 2010
Bill Hall(notes), the utility player who can play pretty much every position, hit .247 last year for the Boston Red Sox with 18 homers, 46 RBIs, and nine stolen bases. He even pitched a 1-2-3 early-season inning against the Kansas City Royals.
Now Hall, who turns 31 on Dec. 28, is a free agent and there are four teams that are after him. The Boston Globe reports that the new York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers are the "most aggressive" of those trying to get Hall this offseason.