Carlos Hines

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Carlos Hines Bio

  • Full Name: Carlos Lamont Hines
  • Born: 9/26/1980 in Smithfield, NC
  • Draft: 1999, Cincinnati Reds, 24th rd. (728th overall)
  • College: Grayson CC
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Carlos Lamont Hines Bio Info

Returns to Giants organization for 2nd campaign after being acquired from Tampa Bay April 28, 2006...comes to big league camp as non-roster invitee...has pitched majority of last 2 seasons at triple-A 250 career minor league contests (20 starts), is 17-21 with 39 saves and 4.20 ERA (194er, 416.0ip)...was originally selected by Reds in 24th round of 1999 First-Year Player Draft.

Graduated from Smithfield (NC) High School, where he played baseball, football and basketball...attended Grayson (Sherman, TX) Community College...played both baseball and basketball as collegian...single. 2006 Split campaign between Tampa Bay and San Francisco's triple-A clubs after being traded to Giants April 28 in exchange for RHP Tyler Walker...combined to log 3-6 ledger with 2 saves and 4.55 ERA (33er, 65.1ip) over 52 appearances...made impact upon arrival with Grizzlies, earning Fresno's Player of Month for May. 2005 Saw action for both double-A Montgomery and triple-A Durham, combining to post 3-3 record with 6 saves, 3.49 ERA (27er, 69.2ip) and .259 avg.against...appeared in 22 games with Montgomery, converting on all 6 save opportunities...earned promotion to Durham June 20...appeared in 26 games (3-1, 3.28), primarily in middle relief, in 1st action above double- A. 2004 Spent 1st full season at double-A with Montgomery...appeared in 43 games, tied for most on staff...made 11 appearances for Mesa Solar Sox in Arizona Fall League and posted 2-0 record with 4.60 ERA. 2003 Went to 1st big league camp with Tampa Bay...appeared in career-high 57 games for single-A Charleston, single-A Bakersfield and Orlando...tied for tops in organization for appearances, while going 2-2 with 2.32 ERA...posted 24 saves (3rd-most in organization) after having just 2 saves in 1st 3 professional seasons...was named Charleston's Pitcher of Year, converting 16-of-17 save opportunities while logging 1.46 ERA...was named Best Reliever in South Atlantic League by Baseball America...was added to Tampa Bay's 40-man roster Nov.20. 2002 Made 3 stops during season among TB's 2 single-A outposts in Charleston and Hudson Valley before finishing in Orlando. 2001 Upon signing with Devil Rays, reported to rookie-league Princeton and was named club's Pitcher of Year...ranked 2nd on staff in innings pitched (48.2) and strikeouts (56). 2000 Did not play professionally. 1999 Opened professional career with Gulf Coast League Reds...made 5 appearances and was released Aug.25.