Thursday, February 2, 2012

Interview Conducted by David Saltzer - Senior Writer

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a Minor League Baseball Player in the Angels organization during the offseason? How about trying to adjust from college baseball to pro-ball? Finally,

To answer some of these questions, caught up with Frazier Hall, an Angels prospect drafted in the June, 2011 draft. Frazier played under legendary coach Tom Kotchman and was part of a playoff bound team that featured a lot of the Angels developing talent. Frazier put up very lofty numbers while playing 1B, posting a .355/.391/.575 line.

With Pujols signed this offseason, Morales on the mend, Trumbo in the Majors, and C. J. Cron all playing the same position, Frazier recognized that he would have to do more to make it to the Majors. He went to Instructional League (“Instructs”) to work on expanding his defensive options. He worked on playing catcher and the outfield.

Click the play button below to listen to Frazier Hall as he talks about his life during the offseason as a Minor League player. He shares a passion and dedication that should help him continue to stand out. And, if he continues to perform like he did in Orem, he will shine. Listen to this very interesting interview to see what a quality prospect he is. More importantly, listen to this interview to get to know a bit about Frazier Hall before meeting him at the Spring Training Fanfest on March 10th. 

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