Tim Lincecum is perhaps the most beloved member of the Giants, despite three straight years of ineffectiveness and a demotion to the bullpen. But when he’s on, as he was in shutting down the Dodgers in June 2012, above, he can still be devastating to opposing offenses.
Tim Lincecum is perhaps the most beloved member of the Giants, despite three straight years of ineffectiveness and a demotion to the bullpen. But when he’s on, as he was in shutting down the Dodgers in June 2012, above, he can still be devastating to opposing offenses. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Tim Lincecum is perhaps the most beloved member of the Giants, despite three straight years of ineffectiveness and a demotion to the bullpen. But when he’s on, as he was in shutting down the Dodgers in June 2012, above, he can still be devastating to opposing offenses. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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Opinion: San Francisco Giants fans leave their hearts high on a hill with Tim Lincecum

October 23, 2014 07:55 PM

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