Posts Tagged ‘Tim Lincecum’
On a hot and sweaty night in San Diego, two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum made history.
I woke up in a good mood Saturday. But I wasn’t prepared for 12 strikeouts in 148 pitches of sheer awesome.
Tim Lincecum went seven innings while Pablo Sandoval, Brandon Belt, and Marco Scutaro homered in a 5-1 win over the Braves.
The new-look Tim Lincecum for 2013 wants to be both Clark Kent and Superman.
A hair stylist in Lincecum’s stomping grounds confirmed No. 55 had in fact parted ways with his signature strands.
I’m writing you not as a fan, not as a sportswriter, but as a little tutu-wearing blonde with little patience for Fox’s garbage announcers.
For the last time, Giants Nation, we aren’t out if yet. Plenty of teams have gone 0-2 in the LDS and have come back to win the series.
Giants skipper Bruce Bochy said Wednesday that Tim Lincecum’s regular start Sunday against San Diego was up in the air.
The Giants had a big party Saturday night, one at which Tim Lincecum was noticeably absent.
As is customary around my fete d’anniversaire, we are about to start up a three-game series with the flippin’ Dodgers.
If the Giants make the playoffs, they will have to decide which starting pitcher to leave out of the rotation.
When I was trying to find some good victory music to blare in the Giants’ honor, I instinctively looked for something old school.
In light of a piss-poor week at the yard, I’m going to try something new: Look at the positives and into the future.
Firing back at the media for “crucifying” his struggling son, Chris Lincecum said the press is “on their way” to driving Tim out of town.
For whatever reason, no matter how much better our record is than theirs, the A’s always seem to win against us.
It’s frustrating to watch Tim Lincecum struggle. But his best path through a nightmare season leads right to a big league pitcher’s mound every five days.
Dear Timmy: You’re taking the mound against the Miami Marlins this afternoon. And frankly, it makes me a little bit nervous.
Tim Lincecum hasn’t looked like the typical Freak Giants fans are used to seeing. Dave Righetti thinks he knows why.
That’s right. Take a needle and thread and stitch those big, negativity-spewing mouths of yours shut.
It’s not a long-term mega-contract, but the Giants and Tim Lincecum have reached agreement on a two-year deal.
The numbers are on the table. Now Tim Lincecum and the Giants wait to see if they will set a new record together.
The Giants and Tim Lincecum are millions of dollars and years apart on a new deal for the two-time Cy Young winner.
Looks like Giants president Larry Baer is looking to sport the long-haired Timmy wig and a “Yes We Cain” sign for a couple more seasons.