Hinske is ready at any time to fill in for injured standout Alex Rios, as he has done recently, or play third or first base. So it's no surprise that Hinske juggles more than one team in one of his favorite hobbies: fantasy football. Not only does he play in the Blue Jays' in-house fantasy football league, he also participates in a league with personal friends and competes in an online salary cap challenge.
"I've been playing since my rookie season in 2002, and I've been hooked on fantasy football from the start," Hinske said. "It consumes my Sundays, and now I get to watch the games in a different way than ever before."
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