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Key San Francisco Giants from three World Series champions

The Giants' players change from Lincecum to Scutaro to Bumgarner, but Buster Posey behind the plate has been a constant in all three World Series titles.
River Ave. Blues Oct 30, 2014

Thoughts at the end of the 2014 World Series

The Giants won their third World Series title in the last half-decade last night. If that’s not a dynasty in this parity filled age of baseball, I don’t know what is. They rode Madison Bumgarner’s left arm to the championship just like they rode Tim Lincecum in 2010 and Matt Cain in 2012. As good […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogThoughts at the end of the 2014 World Series The post Thoughts at the end of the 2014 World Series appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Athletics Nation Oct 29, 2014

Are we on the cusp of doom?

I'm not sure if a third Giants World Series can further marginalize the A's in the Bay Area sports landscape. At this point it might even help. Watching the fans, the team and the city of San Francisco get into the Giants postseason is fascinating in a way. The team's home is secured for the next 100 years or so. Stars like Buster Posey, Pablo Sandoval, Madison Bumgarner, Sergio Romo and Tim Lincecum are still around from the first WS. They have a beautiful ballpark and the seventh highest payroll in baseball. Their owners don't mind spending to retain their talent, because they know the...
Mets 360 Oct 28, 2014

Mets360 MLB Project: Chillin’ With The Champs

If you’ve been following along, you’ve seen that we here at Mets360 were engaged in a project where each of us got to be the General Manager of an existing MLB team…for a week. It was my great good fortune…Read more →Related Posts:Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Tim Lincecum (7/8/13)How the Tim Lincecum signing may impact the Mets’…Angel Pa-Outta HereWill the Mets be active at the Trading Deadline?Former first-rounders Lincecum and Wheeler headed in…
McCovey Chronicles Oct 24, 2014
Tim Lincecum ready to go, Bochy could use him

Tim Lincecum ready to go, Bochy could use him

The forgotten man of the bullpen might be a part of the regular reliever carousel. Tim Lincecum left Game 2 with a back injury after retiring five consecutive batters, which was just about the most anticlimactic postseason debut imaginable. After an MRI didn't show a substantial problem, the reports are that Lincecum's back feels much better before Game 3. From Henry Schulman: For Lincecum to pitch, his back has to feel good, and Bochy said it is. Although the Giants will wait to see how Lincecum feels when he plays catch later, Bochy said, "It looks like he’s good to go." And, yes,...

World Series Game 3 lineups, plus updates on Lincecum and the bullpen

Tim Lincecum will throw before the game to test his sore lower back one more time, but his MRI came back clean and the Giants anticipate him being available. “It sounds like he’s good to go,” manager Bruce Bochy said.… Continue Reading → 

Bochy reveals Lincecum’s status, how he might adjust bullpen

Manager Bruce Bochy plans to adjust his middle relief, which might mean less Jean Machi In the wake of Wednesday’s Game 2 loss, manager Bruce Bochy said he is ready to adjust how he handles middle relief for the rest of the World Series. In other words, less Jean Machi and Hunter Strickland, more Tim Lincecum and Yusmeiro Petit. “This game is about adjustments,” Bochy said, “whether you’re a player, coach or manager. We might have to make adjustments in that area, which guys we’ll go to early, bringing Petit and Lincecum into that mix even though they haven’t done it earlier.”...
McCovey Chronicles Oct 24, 2014

San Francisco Giants Link Dump, 10/24

There's no link in dumping, you'll get no reply You know what would be good? If the Giants won, like, three straight games. Starting tonight. They should do that. World Series: Buster Posey and the art of catchingSure, we all love Buster Posey, but what do the pitchers on the Giants think of him? You'll be surprised to learn that, when they were interviewed by a reporter for an article in a newspaper, the pitching staff was universally effusive. Even Tim Lincecum, who we all know hates Posey and often stabs at him from hell's heart, dug down deep and found a compliment to bestow upon him....
KFFL Oct 24, 2014

Giants | Tim Lincecum available for Game 3

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Lincecum's (back) MRI results came back negative, and he said ...

Hudson ready for long-awaited World Series debut

Tim Hudson leads active major-league pitchers with 214 career victories. Some quick perspective: That’s 75 more wins than Jake Peavy’s total (139) and more than twice as many as Tim Lincecum (101) and Matt Cain (95). But while those veterans became fixtures of recent Octobers, carving out World Series moments and memories on baseball’s biggest stage, Hudson sat and watched. Until now. Finally, at age 39 – after years of wondering if he would get the chance – he will make his first World Series start Friday in Game 3. Hudson takes the mound in China Basin at a pivotal moment, with...
San Jose Mercury News Oct 23, 2014

World Series: Tim Lincecum might be able to pitch in Game 3

Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum left Game 2 of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals with a stiff back, but it felt better on Thursday and San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy is hopeful Lincecum will be ready Friday night.
WORLD SERIES NOTES: Lincecum gets MRI, then throws; Strickland tries to move on; Pence plays along

WORLD SERIES NOTES: Lincecum gets MRI, then throws; Strickland tries to move on; Pence plays along

Tim Lincecum walked into the clubhouse briefly, put some workout shorts on and went back to the trainer’s room. He said he feels better than he did yesterday, which is good news, but the Giants wanted to make sure everything… Continue Reading → 

Lincecum’s status for Game 3 of World Series remains in doubt

For a long/middle reliever who has pitched only once this postseason, Tim Lincecum sure drew a lot of attention Thursday at China Basin. Lincecum’s condition was Topic A as the Giants and Royals held brief World Series workouts in advance of Game 3 on Friday. He left Game 2 on Wednesday night with tightness in his lower back. Tim Lincecum walks off the field Wednesday night in Kansas City. (AP photo) Asked how he’s feeling, Lincecum said, “Not too bad. I’ll get some treatment and see where it takes me. … I feel better than yesterday.” Lincecum acknowledged his back felt “iffy”...
KFFL Oct 23, 2014

Giants | Tim Lincecum's back improving

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Lincecum (back) said Tuesday, Oct. 23, that his back was ...
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 23, 2014

Lincecum to undergo treatment on back

SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum is scheduled to undergo treatment and further evaluation on his tight back once the team returns to AT&T Park. The Giants were preparing to leave Kansas City early afternoon Central time before an off-day World Series workout later Thursday in the Bay Area, a schedule that has worked so far for Bruce Bochy’s club to stay fresh by not flying all night. “He is doing OK,” athletic trainer Dave Groeschner said in a text message Thursday. read more

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