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I figured there would be something to suggest Hinske has hit the mean following a huge regression to his numbers that were a bit high earlier this season. There is, yet the numbers are suggesting Hinske is unlucky overall. A .266 BABIP is met with 20.3 percent line drives, you would expect a BABIP closer to the .320 range. Plus he's only hitting slightly more homeruns and flyballs than in previous seasons and not striking out as much.

So here's the thing; I don't truly think he's going to progress forward this season, yet I'm not sure we shouldn't try to let him, at least not until I remember that Justin Ruggiano, Fernando Perez, and Dan Johnson are sitting around talking about robots and stuff.