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San Francisco Giants Tim Lincecum throws to the Philadelphia Phillies in the third inning at AT&T Park in San Francisco on August 7, 2011. The Giants defeated the Phillies 3-1. UPI/Terry Schmitt
The San Francisco Giants have had a rather quiet winter. Sure they made two trades in efforts to improve their weak offense, but acquiring outfielder Melky Cabrera for starter Jonathan Sanchez, and Angel Pagan for Andres Torres and Ramon Ramirez was hardly the moves fans were expecting. The Giants essentially said that they would be frugal this offseason and thus far, they’ve kept their word.
But nobody expected the club to struggle re-signing one of its coveted pitchers, especially the ace of the staff.
According to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, there is still a “sizable gap” in long-term contract talks between the Giants and Tim Lincecum. The club is believed to have improved upon its initial four-year offer from this summer, but Lincecum is thought to be seeking an eight-year deal....
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I hope everyone had a nice Christmas, and now it’s time to get back to the San Francisco Giants news/rumors etc. The Giants and ace Tim Lincecum are in contract negotiations. Which makes since, so they don’t have to go through the arbitration process.Jon Heyman of CBS Sports says a gap still exists in the Giants and Lincecum talks. The Giants offered Lincecum 4-years ($80 million...
One of the big off-season goals of the Giants is lock up their top two pitchers to long term deals. Earlier I took a look at what kind of a deal makes sense for Matt Cain and I did something similar with Tim Lincecum over at Bay Area Sports Guy's site.
The latest rumor about the negotiations is that they are still pretty far apart. Here is what MLB Trade Rumors has...
Tim Lincecum contract extension
The topic of Tim Lincecum and his pending contract is heating up as we approach his arbitration hearing this winter. There have been reports of Lincecum wanting an eight-year deal, some say he wants one to two years. I really do not know who to believe, but the fact that there are talks is comforting for me.
Tim Lincecum is a good pitcher. one could...
The Giants and Tim Lincecum are trying to work out a long-term deal for the two-time Cy Young Award winner, but there is a sizable gap in what the team is offering and what Lincecum is willing to accept, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported Wednesday.
According to CBS Sport’s Jon Heyman, a “sizable gap” still exists between the San Francisco Giants and their star pitcher, Tim Lincecum.
Heyman says the two sides are at least two years and “tens of millions of dollars” apart.
Timmy has said he wants an eight-year deal and if he can’t get that, then he’s happy to keep watching his annual salary inflate each year via...
Larry Baer may be the face of the ownership group but he is far from the largest shareholder in the team and that means that he must answer to the people that ultimately control the team.
Well today Mark Purdy of the Mercury News has a story introducing us to the man that is now the main guy in charge. Giants fans meet Charles Johnson.
There isn't a lot to...
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Madison Bumgarner 40 – P
Bats: Right, Throws: Left
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 235 lbs.
Born: August 1, 1989
Place: Hickory, North Carolina
High School: South Caldwell High School in Hudson, North Carolina
Drafted By: San Francisco Giants (1st round, 10th pick) in the 2007 amateur draft.
Signed: August 14, 2007 ($2M signing bonus)
Major League Debut: September...
by Troy Nelson, 22gigantes.com
Tis the season for returning unwanted Christmas gifts to the store for something better.
After the recent signing—or should I say re-signing—of pitcher Boof Bonser by the San Francisco Giants, I got to thinking about the number of players the Giants have traded away or let walk, only to re-acquire them years later.
Kind of like a re-gift.
One last shot at the southland before the end of 2011.
Happy New Year…unless you’re one of us who doesn’t really celebrate the New Year until April 4th…even if the Giants won’t get the New Year underway until the 6th.