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William Harold Morris III

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Hal Morris was one of only three players (and statistically the best) from the 8th Round of the 1986 draft to ever play in the big leagues. He had a very odd hitting style, taking two steps small steps toward the pitcher as the pitch was being delivered. It worked, though, as he averaged .304/.361/.433 over his 13 major league seasons. Primarily a first baseman, his season high for home runs was 16 for the 1996 Reds.

The Pittsburgh Pirates hired him as a scout in November of 2008. In 2011, he was scouting for the Boston Red Sox. In 2012 he became the head of pro scouting for the Los Angeles Angels.

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