By Peter Marx
Hall, a 14th-round 2016 selection, will be making his MLB debut
The 26-year-old is slashing .269/.346/.548 with 20 home runs, 18 doubles, five steals (in six tries), a 9.5% walk rate and a 20% strikeout rate through his first 315 plate appearances of the season.
Hall’s left-handed bat won’t make up for the loss of Bryce Harper, of course, but he’ll give interim manager Rob Thomson another option with some power to mix-and-match while the reigning MVP is sidelined.
Phillies are calling up Darick Hall from Triple A. He hit his 20th HR last night at AAA. He is a lefty bat and the team could use one
— Jim Salisbury (@JSalisburyNBCS) June 29, 2022