Nationals Prospect #23: Mike Hinckley

Mike Hinckley was on the brink of extinction until a move to the bullpen turned him around. Now, he's a potential big weapon out of the bullpen for the Nationals in what should be his first full season in the majors.
January 15, 2009

Hinckley's Turnaround Comes Just In Time

The Washington Nationals decided that a change was needed for Mike Hinckley, so they moved him from the starting rotation at Harrisburg to the bullpen. The move has been a big relief for Hinckley.
September 18, 2008

Mike Hinckley Keeps A Positive Outlook

Mike Hinckley, with a career 32-13 record and a 2.80 ERA, entered the 2005 season as one of the top Nationals' pitching prospects. Seemingly being fast-tracked to the Major Leagues, Hinckley battled a shoulder injury and a subsequent sub-par season with the Potomac Nationals this past season. But as bad as he season seemingly was, Hinckley remains as confident as ever.
November 20, 2005

NMLNB: Team's Future Playing In Harrisburg?

If draft position means anything, the future of the Nationals' franchise is now playing in AA Harrisburg.
June 28, 2005