The New York Yankees are seeking a utility player and the New York Daily News has heard that they are considering 32-year-old Bill Hall, who has played for five teams since entering the majors in September of 2002.
Hall has spent time with the Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners, Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants over his career, compiling a .248 batting average. Last year, he played for the Astros and the Giants, batting .211 with two homers, three stolen bases and 14 RBIs in 62 games. In 2010, he hit 18 homers for Boston. Back in 2006, he had his career year, hitting 35 homers and 39 doubles with a .291 average.
Hall still had "a couple of teams" to consider as of Monday, the Daily News reports, and the Yankees could still end up just re-signing Eric Chavez to fill the spot. Chavez batted .263 for the Yanks last year.