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The San Francisco Giants held their 2013 Fan Fest over the weekend, and as expected the World Series champions seemed to enjoy answering many of the questions they were asked. At one point, Tim Lincecum was asked to do his impression of Hunter Pence, which was captured on the Giants World Series DVD and became an instant hit. Lincecum was shy at first and said he didn’t want to embarrass himself, but after Pence stood up and did his best impression of Lincecum’s wind-up the right-hander had no choice but to fire back. And as any Pence fan will tell you, Timmy’s impersonation is spot-on. Lincecum could give batting stance guy a run for his money with impersonating Pence, but he probably wouldn’t be able to outdo him with analyst impressions. Here’s a video that shows part of Pence’s stance and gives you an idea of what Lincecum was trying to accomplish: Your browser does not support iframes. I’m not seeing the facial expression that Lincecum had on, but that’s what made the imperson...
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