FRANKLIN, Wisc. — Kansas City Monarchs bullpen catcher Allante Hall has earned a promotion.
The Monarchs have signed Hall to a contract, the American Association club announced Thursday. He will be on the active roster for Kansas City’s game with Milwaukee Thursday night.
In a corresponding move, outfielder and second baseman Aaron Whitefield was placed on the injured list with a leg injury suffered in Wednesday’s game.
2023 will be Hall’s third professional season. He made his pro debut in the Twins organization in 2021, making it as high as High-A Cedar Rapids.
The 24-year-old appeared last season with Billings in the Pioneer League, an MLB partner circuit.
Hall is a local product from Blue Springs, Missouri. He played college ball at Pensacola State College in Florida
Hall will be available off the bench for Thursday’s game.
The Monarchs (45-30) own the best record in the American Association. They lead the West Division by six games with less than a month to go in the regular season.