From BR Bullpen
Henry Fred Hines
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7", Weight 165 lb.
- Debut May 16, 1895
- Final Game May 18, 1895
- Born September 29, 1867 in Elgin, IL USA
- Died January 2, 1928 in Rockford, IL USA
 Biographical Information
"Henry Hines, a Western League player whose batting and fielding the past season attracted so much attention, has been signed by the Brooklyn Club." - Sporting Life issue of December 29, 1894
Hunkey Hines played two games for the 1895 Brooklyn Grooms, posting an on-base percentage of .400.
An 1887 baseball card exists of him in a St. Louis Whites uniform.
According to the Oswego Daily Times, Sept. 19, 1896, in 1896 he played for the "Saints", after having previously played for Kansas City. In 1897 he signed a contract to play for Detroit. In late 1904 he signed a contract to manage Dubuque in 1905.
He also managed several seasons in the minors.
Sporting Life usually called him Henry Hines, in spite of the fact that it once stated that he was better known as Hunkey Hines.
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1893||Nashville Tigers||Southern League||Succeeded Dusty Miller|
|1899||Rockford Roughriders||Western Association||20-16||2nd|
|1905||Dubuque Shamrocks||Three-I League||Succeeded Charlie Buelow|
|1908||Rockford Reds||Wisconsin-Illinois League||Succeeded James Hutten|
|1910||Joliet Jolly-ites/Sterling Infants||Northern Association||24-34||6th|