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Jul 30, 2014
Rotoworld
Tim Lincecum allowed five runs on five hits -- including two home runs -- over 3 1/3 innings Wednesday in a no-decision against the Pirates.
Jul 26, 2014
KFFL
San Francisco Giants SP Tim Lincecum (9-7) allowed six runs on nine hits over 4 ...
Sacramento Bee 23 hours ago
SF benefits from Pirates' blunder, ends skid at 6

SF benefits from Pirates' blunder, ends skid at 6

Reliever Jean Machi and the San Francisco Giants took advantage of a huge baserunning blunder by Pittsburgh, tagging out two runners who wandered away on the same play and beating the Pirates 7-5 Wednesday to end a six-game losing streak. San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum works against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 30, 2014, in San Francisco. Pittsburgh Pirates' Charlie Morton works against the San Francisco Giants in the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 30, 2014, in San Francisco. San Francisco Giants' Gregor...
Rotoworld Jul 30, 2014

Lincecum hit hard in no-decision Wednesday - Tim Lincecum (S) San Francisco Giants

Tim Lincecum allowed five runs on five hits -- including two home runs -- over 3 1/3 innings Wednesday in a no-decision against the Pirates.

Winless homestand? Has not happened to SF Giants, but could today; the lineup

Back in the saddle for this game and the next 10 on the road. I hope you enjoyed Steve Kroner’s daily recitations of the same loss story over and over and over while I was gone. Tim Lincecum is on the mound (facing Charlie Morton) hoping to guide the Giants to a win that would prevent a seven-game losing streak, which would match the fifth-longest in the AT&T Park era. Oddly enough, their last such streak was in 2010, their first championship season. A loss today would create a far more historic low. The Giants have not lost every game of a homestand of at least six games since they [...]
Raise the Jolly Roger! Jul 28, 2014

Series Preview: Pirates vs. Giants

Monday, 10:15 (ROOT): Vance Worley vs. Madison Bumgarner Tuesday, 10:15 (ROOT, MLBN): Francisco Liriano vs. Tim Hudson Wednesday, 3:45 (ROOT, MLBN): Charlie Morton vs. Tim Lincecum The Pirates’ second and final west coast swing of the season continues this week at AT&T Park, where they’ll face off in the wee hours (in the East) against […]
KFFL Jul 26, 2014

Giants | Tim Lincecum struggles Friday

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Lincecum (9-7) allowed six runs on nine hits over 4 ...
Sons of Steve Garvey Jul 26, 2014
Post-Game 104 Thread: Puig Serves Up Triple Triple; Dodgers Go Animal Style on Giants

Post-Game 104 Thread: Puig Serves Up Triple Triple; Dodgers Go Animal Style on Giants

DODGERS 8, GIANTS 1 The Dodgers, rested from their day off yesterday, opened up tonight's game with some sparks, with Yasiel Puig tripling and Adrian Gonzalez knocking him in for the 1-0 lead. Little did we know what this would augur. The fifth inning is where the Dodgers opened up the can of whup-ass, mostly on Tim Lincecum: Zack Greinke with a one-out single. Dee Gordon RBI triple to center. Puig RBI triple to center. A-Gon RBI single to right. Hanley Ramirez single to left; Lincecum chased after 4.1 IP. With Juan Gutierrez pitching, Carl Crawford lines to first for the second out. Matt...

Wednesday’s lineups: Adrianza, Duvall, Colvin get a shot

Keys to surviving a 5-hour, 46-minute game. — Fourth-inning chicken finger break — Uber Obviously, a late start today. The team just got to the park and BP is optional after last night’s wild one that ended with Tim Lincecum… Continue Reading →The post Wednesday’s lineups: Adrianza, Duvall, Colvin get a shot appeared first on Giants Extra.
KFFL Jul 23, 2014

Giants | Tim Lincecum picks up save

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Lincecum pitched two-thirds of an inning in the 14th inning ...
McCovey Chronicles Jul 23, 2014

Giants outlast Phillies in glorious 14-inning marathon

Tim Lincecum got a save, and the Giants are in first place. This is the game you remember, the game in the drop-down menu of your brain when you think "2014." The game that you keep revisiting the next day at work, scanning your memories and hoping to find different nuances and quirks. You'll remember the sound of the empty ballpark, the suddenly audible hecklers, the way every bat sounded like it broke on a hard-hit ball. You'll embrace the wackiness of Tim Lincecum getting a save, the uncomfortable feeling you had when you realized that George Kontos's eyeballs were replaced with...
Sacramento Bee Jul 20, 2014
Lincecum, Giants lose to Marlins 3-2

Lincecum, Giants lose to Marlins 3-2

A 59-foot curveball in the seventh inning ended Tim Lincecum's winning streak Sunday. A fat splitter early in the game gnawed at him more. San Francisco Giants catcher Hector Sanchez chases down a wild pitch by Tim Lincecum that allowed Miami Marlins' Adeiny Hechavarria to score as pinch hitter Reed Johnson looks on during the seventh inning of a baseball game, Sunday, July 20, 2014 in Miami. The Marlins defeated the Giants 3-2. San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum delivers a pitch during the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Miami Marlins, Sunday, July 20, 2014, in Miami....
Miami Herald Jul 20, 2014
Lincecum, Giants lose to Marlins 3-2

Lincecum, Giants lose to Marlins 3-2

A 59-foot curveball in the seventh inning ended Tim Lincecums winning streak Sunday. A fat splitter early in the game gnawed at him more.
Fish@Bat Jul 20, 2014

Final: Marlins 3 Giants 2. WP: MIA B Hand (1-2) LP: SF T Lincecum (9-6) (ESPN) http://t.co/LlfHzWFCEN

Final: Marlins 3 Giants 2. WP: MIA B Hand (1-2) LP: SF T Lincecum (9-6) (ESPN) ift.tt/1qtTJfV
San Jose Mercury News Jul 20, 2014
San Francisco Giants, Tim Lincecum lose in Miami

San Francisco Giants, Tim Lincecum lose in Miami

Tim Lincecum pitches well on the road, but the San Francisco Giants fall 3-2 to the Miami Marlins
Miami Herald Jul 20, 2014
Hand outpitches Lincecum and Marlins beat SF 3-2

Hand outpitches Lincecum and Marlins beat SF 3-2

Brad Hand earned his first victory as a starter since 2011 when he outpitched Tim Lincecum by a margin of one curveball.

Lincecum, SF Giants win streaks end on badly timed wild pitch

By Henry Schulman Miami – After two relatively easy wins, the Giants wandered into a fight Sunday as they bid for a three-game sweep of the Marlins to open the second half. It was a fight they lost. Tim Lincecum pitched well enough over seven innings for a chance to extend his four-game winning streak, but the Giants’ offensively challenged lineup, filled with struggling backups, could not support him well enough in a 3-2 Marlins victory. Lincecum’s seventh-inning wild pitch allowed a run and setttled it. The Giants nonetheless won their third series in the past four and now move to...

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