Marcos Breton

October 23, 2014 7:55 PM

Opinion: San Francisco Giants fans leave their hearts high on a hill with Tim Lincecum

Though he’s been on the periphery of the team’s quest for a third World Series title in five years, no other player embodies the fans’ emotional attachment to the Giants better than Tim Lincecum.

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