A.J. Hinch

A.J. Hinch has been quoted 53 times in 31 different articles. On this page, you will find all of A.J. Hinch’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that A.J. Hinch speaks about are analytic and player, for example. Most recently, A.J. Hinch was quoted in the article The behind-the-scenes story of the Astros' fight to bring hope -- and a first World Series title -- to Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey saying, “Disbelief is the wrong word, but I was shocked, definitely. I knew right then I wasn't going to bed any time soon.”.
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Sep 03 2017

The fight in this room is exceptional. We haven't conceded anything. We haven't taken anything for granted. We've really tried to push through all of this as one collective unit.feedback

Sep 03 2017

Even though we weren't as dominant during that stretch of (42) games, we asked a lot of different things from guys.feedback

Sep 02 2017

I don't like baseball. I just wanted to see the inside of the stadium.feedback

Sep 02 2017

Sports in general are pretty therapeutic to a lot of people. Yesterday, when we went to the convention center and got a chance to see a lot of people, some first responders, some military, some evacuees, they were all so excited to see us and say hello.feedback

Sep 02 2017

I want them to think about it. For the three hours [of the game], we're pros. We're baseball people. We'll be able to compete.feedback

Sep 01 2017

Justin Verlander is hands-down the best possible outcome that we could have had last night going into September. By the responses of our team we couldn't be more excited to get him here, get him into our culture and see where he can help take us.feedback

Sep 01 2017

He's been so successful in his career. The one thing missing is a World Series ring. So he let it be known to me right away that he wants to win; he wants to win here. He respects the success that we've had this season and the previous couple of seasons and he wants to do his part.feedback

Sep 01 2017

All we can do is help. Some of it's financial, some of it is your time, some of it's your energy, and I'm going to make sure our team knows that this is just the first day we've been back. They're going to need our help a month from now, six months from now, probably a year from now until the city really gets rebuilt.feedback

Sep 01 2017

We need to do everything we can to help. It's our humane obligation to make another person smile today. I think what people probably want right now is normalcy. And what's normal on a Saturday in September is college football ... and Major League Baseball pennant races. The only way to feel normal is to do normal things, and we can provide a little bit of that. But it doesn't make the problem go away. It just delays what needs to be done.feedback

Aug 31 2017

Our families are excited. They're ready for a big group hug. Most of the feedback I've gotten is that people are excited for us to come back. But it's all in perspective. Our return to Houston is minuscule compared to the work that is going to have to be done.feedback

Aug 31 2017

We'll have three games in two days that hopefully can provide a little bit of a reprieve. What we first do at the beginning of us getting back is important. I think that initial reaction by a lot of different people in Houston has been tremendous.feedback

Aug 31 2017

I still would urge people a month from now, two months from now, six months from now, [to remember] it's going to take a lot of effort and work to get our city back to being normal again.feedback

Aug 29 2017

It's just not a good feeling to know that we can't do anything about it.feedback

Aug 29 2017

We've had a long couple of days. But it is what it is. We've had this on our mind for a few days and we beat the Angels two out of three (over the weekend). This club can handle it.feedback

Aug 29 2017

These guys are real pros and they can compete. This was more about baseball and less about distractions or frustration. They beat us.feedback

Aug 29 2017

I really thank the fans for coming out. The numbers who did and pledged their support. I'm sure they donated their time and money to come out to a unique series. I really appreciate the people doing that.feedback

Jul 26 2017

We haven't been able to name those three as our starting pitchers together all year, so it feels good to go into a series with those guys.feedback

Jul 26 2017

We'll be careful with him getting him deep into games and stuff like that, and we'll use the first couple of starts to ramp him up to that. We're confident enough to activate him off the DL and test him against the Tigers, so we don't expect any problems, but until the adrenaline kicks in, we're not going to know how exactly he feels.feedback

Jul 24 2017

We're not perfect every game. We're not without our own flaws or things we can do better. There have only been a couple of nights where we got it handed to us. Most of the time we're in the game. He's going through a rut right now and things are not going his way. He's not getting beat around the ballpark as much as he is creating some havoc for himself.feedback

Jul 23 2017

It was a pretty scary incident. I go on the field, and he's got blood on the face. Blood, it isn't generally seen in our sport.feedback

Jul 18 2017

We'll move some guys around. It's going to take an adjustment for a lot of us. We're so used to putting Correa out there every, single day and having the middle infield be set and moving the pieces on the corners and in the outfield. But things change quickly.feedback

Jul 18 2017

He's a big presence in our lineup, on our team. To see someone go down like that this tough for everybody. We'll absorb it and we'll have the next man up continue to play. We'll get him better, welcome him back sometime in September and move on. But there's no doubt that it's a punch in the gut when one of your best players is down for a while.feedback

Jul 17 2017

I'm not quite giving up on the glove, even though they're burying it in the outfield.feedback

Jul 15 2017

I think we're all just really happy that he's going to face some live competition, and not worry so much about the endgame and target dates and things like that. Let's just get him in a game. I just want to see how I feel, and that will tell me where I'm at. I think I'm on the way back but only time will tell.feedback

Jul 09 2017

It's nice to say we should keep this going, but we need as many people to rest up here in the next four days.feedback

Jul 01 2017

I think guys are fixated on the home runs across the game. We've seen that change over time, OPS, power, homers, a lot of big swings, very few two-strike approaches, launch angle.feedback

Jun 10 2017

This is the best stuff I think he's brought into the game this season and I think it was a combination of everything but everything seemed to be working off his change up. He could throw it any count, he threw some nasty ones that looked like split-fingers.feedback

Jun 07 2017

They won almost every critical moment. When you do enough of those, they're going to come with a big inning and they did. Certainly they deserve a lot of credit for their at-bats. The walk in there with two outs (to Gordon) kept the inning alive. Then a few too many sliders.feedback

Jun 06 2017

I know he's sore. We're going to get him a guard to protect his hand when he slides. We'll see how he feels when he holds a bat. We might put something on his bat to alleviate the pressure. We feel good that he's avoided a bigger injury, but he may need a day or two.feedback

Jun 06 2017

We got after them early and then they put on a little bit of a push and it got really close. Then obviously Yuli's home run off of Herrera was a big punch for us.feedback

May 11 2017

He's incredibly hot. What great at-bats he's putting up. His ability to stay in the strike zone this year is incredible.feedback

May 08 2017

I just want us to cover the most ground. Jake's got some of the best range on our team, so I like the configuration.feedback

Apr 26 2017

He's such an unheralded player. After missing most of last year, getting Brantley back is like signing a middle-of-the-order bat as a free agent. Just an all-around good hitter.feedback

Mar 24 2017

I wouldn't mind taking us off that list.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I think we'll know more once he gets to the four-inning mark. These next couple starts will be important. We'd like no rain. We'd like no hiccups. We don't have a lot of room for error. But we'll know more in the next five to 10 days.feedback

Mar 06 2017

What we don't know is the cumulative effect of getting ramped up, from a pitching perspective or from a position player perspective, and how that carries over into maybe the third or fourth or fifth month of the season. I'm not sure we're ever going to know.feedback

Mar 06 2017

I think we have to separate the managerial anxiety of what could happen from the actual experience. Bregman is going to be a kid in a candy store with all these superstars around the game for Team USA. That experience is hard to quantify.feedback

Mar 06 2017

Going full speed, full boar, full game competition, third-deck fans screaming – baseball generally isn't played that way this time of year for us.feedback

Dec 25 2016

I'm most proud of how we're playing good consistent baseball. I'm not comparing it to the last couple of seasons, you know how I feel about that. But I feel like we're playing really well in a lot of different facets.feedback

Dec 07 2016

The way we compensate saves, it's very hard for anybody not to be attracted to that. If we played in a nonemotional, noncompensated neutral environment, I think we would flush that stat saves down the toilet. But we don't. There is always going to be a constant pull and tug between players, compensation, manager, analytics, what's the smart thing to do.feedback

Dec 07 2016

But by far the smartest thing to do is win the game. That makes people like me happy.feedback

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