At the season ending press conference on Friday, Brian Sabean expressed that the organization's first offseason action would be to re-sign Hunter Pence, and then they would quickly move to Tim Lincecum.
Well, they got the former done before the season even ended; and now it's full steam ahead with the latter. With Pence's 5 year, $90 million contract now official (he ironically had to pass a physical to cement the deal, despite playing all 162 games this year), the club is shifting all of its attention to The Freaky Franchise.
As fans,we're left in the dark as to how close the two sides are, or how quickly something could potentially get done. Lincecum has stated that he would love to continue his career with the organization, but he's also expressed his desire to test free agency; it's his first chance to do so. Yesterday, after his gangly right-fielder was re-upped, Lincecum was asked about his standing with contracts, to which he responded,
"I feel like mos...