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McCovey Chronicles May 21, 2015

Lincecum dazzles, Giants win, Dodgers lose

It was the fifth straight win for the Giants. The Dodgers haven't scored since Sunday. This was the fourth start of the season in which Tim Lincecum didn't allow a run. He had just four of those starts all last year. But with the first three scoreless starts this year, there was always a "Well, actually" that went along with it. And it was my responsibility, as a computer-bound dork who focuses on tiny details, to run up breathlessly and yell, "Well, actually, his location was off, and the other team missed a lot of hittable pitches." There was always something to quibble with, some...

Lincecum, Giants leave Dodgers in a fog

Running game story... SAN FRANCISCO – Tim Lincecum arrived in the major leagues eight years ago with a clean cut, a baby face and a 99 mph fastball. The baseball adolescence that followed, like any other, involved going through phases… Continue Reading → The post Lincecum, Giants leave Dodgers in a fog appeared first on Giants Extra.

Extra Baggs: Bochy's instincts are being tested, Pagan's two-way excellence, Lincecum requires a place setting on the mound, Pence homers again

CINCINNATI -- A major part of Bruce Bochy’s job is to stay behind struggling players, tell them to remain positive, encourage them to trust their instincts when the game deals them a series of bad luck or unfair bounces. But… Continue Reading → The post Extra Baggs: Bochy's instincts are being tested, Pagan's two-way excellence, Lincecum requires a place setting on the mound, Pence homers again appeared first on Giants Extra.

Giants' Lincecum endures wild night, Byrd takes flight twice for Reds

Running game story... CINCINNATI – Even while Tim Lincecum threw a scoreless first inning Thursday night, he ran a deficit. He threw 32 pitches to the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park, most of them missing high or bouncing… Continue Reading → The post Giants' Lincecum endures wild night, Byrd takes flight twice for Reds appeared first on Giants Extra.
Fish@Bat May 9, 2015

Final: Giants 6 Marlins 0. WP: SF T Lincecum (3-2) LP: MIA J Cosart (1-3) (ESPN) Box Score: http://t.co/vxq7TZrXm9

Final: Giants 6 Marlins 0. WP: SF T Lincecum (3-2) LP: MIA J Cosart (1-3) (ESPN) Box Score: ift.tt/16YpnCb
McCovey Chronicles May 9, 2015

Giants take down Marlins, 6-0

Casey McGehee hit a grand slam, Tim Lincecum pitched six more shutout innings, and you're not reading the rest of this because you're stuck on the grand slam part. Before the game, Casey McGehee accepted his award for the Comeback Player of the Year. He had to stand in front of a crowd he hadn't won over yet, and hold up a glass something-or-rather. No one watching could really appreciate the glass something-or-rather because they didn't see anything McGehee did last year. He just had to sit there and smile. The fans were polite. In the first inning, McGehee fell over. In theory, he was...

Tim Lincecum, Casey McGehee carry Giants past Marlins

SAN FRANCISCO Casey McGehee rewarded his manager's loyalty with the type of hit he desperately needed in the San Francisco Giants' 6-0 win over the Miami Marlins on Friday night.
McCovey Chronicles May 3, 2015

Giants sweep the Angels, Lincecum brilliant

There was a preferred outcome to this weekend's series. This was it. The 2015 Giants have now played 25 games. Of those, how many have made you think something like, "Well, on this day, the Giants were clearly the better team"? Before you answer, let me just list the scores of the games that the Giants had won this season before Sunday: 5-4 5-2 1-0 4-1 6-2 3-2 3-2 5-4 2-1 3-2 5-4 That's one four-run margin of victory, two three-run margins, and a whole mess of one-run wins. The last time the Giants won a game by more than one run was April 21. Which is all to say, boy, the Giants haven't...
San Jose Mercury News May 3, 2015

Giants' Tim Lincecum helped two homers to start bottom of first

Nori Aoki and Joe Panik homer to open the bottom of the first and Tim Lincecum pitches eight scoreless innings to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 5-0 victory over the Los Angeles Angels

Lincecum uses his fastball over eight innings, Giants use historically rare opening salvo to sweep Angels

SAN FRANCISCO – For Tim Lincecum, there is no finding his old form. Only a good form — one that always begins with his fastball, no matter what the radar guns say. He was awfully good Sunday afternoon, and the… Continue Reading → 
San Jose Mercury News Apr 28, 2015

Lincecum roughed up as Giants fall to Dodgers

Tim Lincecum struggled as the Dodgers beat the Giants 8-3 at Dodger Stadium

Lincecum swatted around as Giants lose at Dodger Stadium

Running game story... LOS ANGELES – In recent seasons, Tim Lincecum would spend most of the summer trying to let some air out of an inflated ERA. This time, he reversed the trend and got off to a hot start.… Continue Reading → 

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