Hammer Time

Hammer Time

' Eric Hinske collides with New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada as he is tagged out trying to score on a fielder's choice hit by Dustin Pedroia in the sixth inning inning at Fenway Park in Boston, September 15, 2007.

(Reuters Photo)

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"[Third base coach] DeMarlo Hale said I'm going on contact. I'm trying to score a run. I realize I'm going to be out. The only play is to try to run [Posada] over. I hit him pretty good. I think it pumped up the team a little bit. I put my shoulder down - I hadn't done that, I think, since the minor leagues," he said. "It felt great. I had fun playing high school football. I asked Posada my next at-bat if he was OK and he said he was fine." -- 9.15, 07, Eric Hinske, ready for some football

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