Trevor Hall Stays Focused with ‘Stuffed Animal Play Time’ with his Daughter in Jacksonville

By Steve LaMontia, Director of Communications

Trevor Hall plays in the Jacksonville MABL 18+, though in his words, ‘even though I’m an old guy, I’m playing for the Jacksonville Fireflies at the moment.’

“I’ve played in this league for probably 11 years,” said Hall. “But this is the strangest and most frustrating time. I definitely have never experienced anything like this in my lifetime. After living through all the hurricanes, this tops them all. I really just want things to go back to normal. I miss sports!”

So, what are you doing to stay baseball ready?I have been working with some high school kids and my team. We have been hitting the cages in small groups and taking ground balls when we can get on a field.  I recently broke my rib playing soccer, so my workouts have been limited the last couple of weeks. In a couple more weeks I’ll be good to go again.”

We asked Trevor what he and his family are doing to keep busy during the down time.  “My son and I have been driving our radio-controlled cars and building new cars. We have also been swimming in our pool and anything else that allows us to “social distance.” Playing video games with my son has been fun for both of us. I have also been having a lot of stuffed animal play time with my daughter.” 

Hall continued, “I always try to play in at least one tournament a year. I usually play with an over 30 team from Orlando and look forward to playing in the over 45 division in a couple years if I can find a team. The 18+ division and even some of the pitching in the 30+ tournament is getting a little more challenging as I get older.  I am just looking forward to getting back out on the field and back to normal. I’m starting to go a little crazy staying in the house so much.”