Found October 23, 2012 on
San Francisco Giants
The following sentence was buried at the bottom of Nick Cafardo’s Sunday notes column in the Boston Globe:
Tim Lincecum, RHP, Giants — He will be available in trade, and it will be interesting to see who bites on the two-time Cy Young winner.
Next season will be the last under Lincecum’s current ...
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Tim Lincecum posted the worst season of his career, and the San Francisco Giants reportedly will look to trade him this offseason.Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe wrote a column on Sunday containing several baseball notes. Some were based on quotes from baseball personnel, and others seemed to be based on informed speculation. Here’s what he wrote about Lincecum:He will be available...
The Giants’ Tim Lincecum turned down a 100 million dollar deal
Imagine the sigh of relief the San Francisco Giants organization is breathing right now. They nearly signed Tim Lincecum to a 5 year, 100 million dollar deal. However in a fortuitous moment for the Giants, Tim Lincecum actually turned it down! Why you ask? Well, Lincecum at the time possessed a 95 mph fast ball and...
San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum will be
available in trade this winter, reports Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe.
He will be available in
trade, and it will be interesting to see who bites on the two-time Cy Young
Cafardo notes that San Francisco insists the 28-year-old’s troubles
this year were due to mechanics and not injury. However...
The stage is set for the start of the 2012 World Series. The Detroit Tigers are representing the American League and the National League is represented by your San Francisco Giants. Manager Bruce Bochy has announced the Giants pitching rotation for the first four games. Our 2010 ace (Tim Lincecum) was left out as [...]
While the National League will be represented by the San Francisco Giants who last appeared in the World Series in 2010, winning it all against the Texas Rangers. With that said lets take a look at the 2012 World Series between the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants: