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Report: Giants, Lincecum have 'mutual and strong' interest to re-sign

Tim Lincecum will reportedly have no need to say goodbye to his teammates at the end of the season. According to the San Jose Mercury News, the Giants are interested in re-signing Lincecum when his contract expires after the season, and he is interested in returning to the team as well. "The interest is mutual and strong to re-sign Lincecum," the report reads. Lincecum, who won...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Giants, Tim Lincecum have ‘mutual and strong’ interest in return

    With the Giants officially being eliminated from postseason contention on Tuesday after an 8-0 defeat at the hands of the Dodgers, who clinched their third straight NL West title, the focus for San Francisco is now on next season. And one of the first orders of business could be bringing back veteran right-hander Tim Lincecum for another tour of duty with the team. Lincecum...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Lincecum hopes to rejoin Giants after hip surgery rehab

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) If he has to use crutches, Tim Lincecum sure digs his snazzy set that comfortably get him around following surgery on his left hip earlier this month. They allowed him to be back at the ballpark this week with his teammates and support system, including the faithful Giants fans. ''I'm more into the moment just being at the field, being around the guys,'' Lincecum...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago  |  Discuss

The San Francisco Giants: Tim Lincecum’s injury

Tim Lincecum, starting pitcher for the San Francisco Giants Tim Lincecum, also known as “The Freak” has been hugely beneficial to the San Francisco Giants since his addition to the team back in 2006. To date, Lincecum has maintained stellar numbers, including career statistics of a 3.61 ERA, 108 wins, 1,704 strikeouts and a .565 win/lose percentage per game. Over a span of...
September 05, 2015  |  Discuss

How Does Tim Lincecum Stack Up Among Giants Greats?

Early Thursday morning Tim Lincecum had surgery on his troublesome hip, possibly ending the chapter of his career spent in San Francisco.  The righty is slated for free agency after the season and a return to San Francisco for Lincecum is very much up for debate. If the surgery and subsequent rehab go well, Lincecum should be able to land a one-year deal for next year with a...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants' Lincecum reportedly done for season because of hip problems

San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum will not pitch again this season, Giants general manager Bobby Evans told KNBR radio on Thursday. Lincecum, 31, has been battling issues with both of his hips and visited a specialist Wednesday to decide if surgery would be the best option.  "He won't be able to come back this season, that's evident," Evans told KNBR. "He went to Colorado...
Via Fox Sports
September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Lincecum to visit hip specialist to determine if surgery necessary

Tim Lincecum will reportedly soon discover whether or not he has potentially thrown his last pitch for the Giants. CBS Sports reports that the 31-year-old right-hander will visit hip specialist Marc Philippon in Colorado on Wednesday to give a conclusive opinion on whether or not he will need surgery on his degenerative hips. The report says that Lincecum, who hasn't pitched for...
Via Fox Sports
September 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Has Tim Lincecum thrown his last pitch for the Giants?

San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum’s hip is giving him so much trouble that he might never pitch again for the franchise. Speaking with Andrew Baggerly of, the two-time Cy Young Award winner revealed he is worried any return to the mound this year could cause further damage. And, since he’s a free agent, this could mean his final pitch with the Giants...
Via Sportsnaut
August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Tim Lincecum slips during delivery, eats it

Tim Lincecum tried so hard to strike out Marlon Byrd on Thursday night that he lost his footing and hurled a wild pitch toward home plate that no hitter would have considered swinging at. With a runner on second base, and a 3-2 count on Byrd, Lincecum was looking for a strikeout. However, things didn’t turn out exactly how he had hoped. Lincecum has a violent windup and unorthodox...
Via The Sports Daily
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Lincecum’s last best chance

What you probably already know is that next winter’s free agent starting pitching crop has the potential to be historic, not only due to the amount of talent currently unsigned beyond 2015 but for the hundreds of millions of dollars they’ll surely command. With the obvious caveat that extensions for some of these guys are […]
Via Fangraphs
March 04, 2015  |  Discuss

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