Tim Lincecum’s professional baseball comeback will take another step Monday as the Texas Rangers right-hander is slated to pitch one inning for the team’s Triple-A Round Rock Express, per
Tim Lincecum is scheduled to hold an open showcase on Friday at the San Francisco Giants’ spring training facility in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Tim Lincecum notched his second career no-hitter on Wednesday, once again shutting down the San Diego Padres, the same team the San Francisco Giants pitcher no-hit last season on July 13.
The odd couple, together at last. pic.twitter.com/I2y7EWyUN0
— Andrew Baggarly (@CSNBaggs) March 6, 2014
Oh, spring training skullduggery.
Tim Lincecum always has seemed to be something of a man-child — perhaps due to his uncanny resemblance to the character Mitch Kramer from “Dazed and Confused” — so it’s
After losing the first two games of its NLDS series against the Cincinnati Reds, the San Francisco Giants completed a remarkable comeback on Thursday, winning its third straight game by beating the
Earlier this year, a video emerged featuring San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum delivering a pitch in super-slow-motion (above).
This video (via Big League Stew), shows what San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Tim Lincecum’s unique windup looks like when filmed at 1,000 frames per second, capturing (courtesy of “
Gold, Jerry. Gold. Well done, gents. Talk about making a blogger’s life easy. Thankee.
To be perfectly honest, to refer to that wispy, stray strands of hair sprouting above his upper lip a mustache is giving the San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum far too much credit.
Obviously, I’ve heard a home run referred to as a round-tripper before, but this is ridiculous! No, I don’t know what that means, either. Sigh.
In any event, God bless America.
On a garbage can. He got totally high (up) by standing on a waste receptacle to sign some autographs for eagerly awaiting fans above the San Francisco Giants’ dugout. Heh. Dugout.
Whoa, dude. That was one gnarly pitch, brah. The baseball was almost about to shoot right up into orbit and stuff.
I can’t believe it took this long, although I have no idea how much work goes into making one of these. Shit, I can barely use MS Paint.
Ultimately, this had to happen.
San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum won his second consecutive NL Cy Young Award earlier today, narrowly beating out St. Louis Cardinals pitchers Chris Carpenter and Adam Wainright, respectfully.