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Tim Lincecum   55 – P     Position: Pitcher Bats: Left, Throws: Right Height: 5’11″, Weight: 170 lbs. Born: June 15, 1984 Place: Bellevue, WA High School: Liberty Senior High School in Renton, WA College: University of Washington Drafted By: San Francisco Giants (1st round, 10th pick) 2006 amateur draft. Signed: June 30, 2006 – $2.025 million signing bonus Major League Debut: May 6, 2007 Teams: Giants 2007-Present Contract: Resigned on February 12, 2010. 2 Years/$23M (10-11) Arbitration Eligible: 2012 and 2013 Free Agent: 2014 Agent: Rick Thurman Cy Young Award Winner (2008, 2009) 4-time All Star (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) 3-time NL Strikeout Leader (2008, 2009, 2010) Babe Ruth Award Winner (MVP throughout 2010 Playoffs) 2010 World Series Champion Golden Spikes Award Winner (2006, Collegiate Baseball’s Top Player) Fun Facts 1st player to win Cy Young Award twice in 1st 2 full seasons in Majors. 1 of just 4 pitchers to win NL Cy Young Award in back-to-back seasons...
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