Hello Hinske

Hello Hinske

Toronto Blue Jays' Eric Hinske rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run on a pitch from Seattle Mariners' Joel Pineiro during the fourth inning of their baseball game in Seattle in this  July 24, 2006 photo. The Toronto Blue Jays traded outfielder Eric Hinske and cash to the Boston Red Sox on Thursday for a player to be named. Hinske, who can also play first and third, is hitting .264 with 12 home runs and 29 RBI.

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