Brian Hall is known all over the country for the many things he was able to accomplish in his incredible baseball career. He broke school records in his hometown (including a .647 BA), was named to several All-American lists, and picked as Player of the Year by multiple organizations. He went on to do amazing work as one of the most versatile players in Stanford Cardinal history (1B, 3B, LF, CF, RF, & DH) and was able to compete in the College World Series three times in his four-year college career (with great players like Sam Fuld, Carlos Quentin, and Johnny Ash). After putting up numbers, yet again in college, he was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays where he finished off his career in Minor League Baseball. This episode is a must listen!