It’s not often that a two-time Cy Young Award winner and four-time All-Star looks to have a rebound year, especially when considering that his previous season’s stats included a 2.74 ERA and 220 strikeouts in 217 innings pitched. And especially when said ballplayer is still only 27 years of age. But the San Francisco Giants’ super ace Tim Lincecum is no ordinary baseball player—and he’s certainly not an ordinary starting pitcher.
If you were to see the following stat line: 0-1, 12.91 ERA and 10 strikeouts through two starts, you probably wouldn't associate that with a 27-year-old, two-time Cy Young Award winner. Well, now you have no choice. Those aforementi... Read Post
In his first two full seasons as a major league baseball player, Tim Lincecum won two Cy Young Awards for the San Francisco Giants. The 5'11", 175-pound righty dominated batters with two sub-2.65 ERA's and more than 260 strikeouts i... Read Post