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    Tim Lincecum Thread

    I am sorry, but this kid is just filthy. Unbelievable talent.


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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Good thing we have a Lincecum equivalent in Joba!

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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by DEADSOX
    Good thing we have a Lincecum equivalent in Joba!
    I pray every night.


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    Amazing pitcher..fastball velocity is down 1.5 mph from last season though.
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    He is amazing, I agree. He's on my fantasy team too

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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Last night's results vs STL:

    IPHRERBBKHRWHIPSeason ERA
    T. Lincecum (W, 8-2)9.02000801.072.37



    Probably the best start of his career so far.
    3 4 5 7 8 10 16 37

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    This guy is a SuperMegaElite Ace. Sorry Johan.
    On the other hand, you have different fingers.


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    I love this guy. This guy is just a beast of a pitcher.If Joba turns into half the pitcher Lincecum is I'd be happy.
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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    On top of everything else, he made a defensive play last night that you would expect from Ozzie Smith or Omar Vizquel. I just hope he doesn't burn himself out physically by the time he's 30....or sooner.

    I read in an article from Sports Illustrated that his Dad would place a dollar bill on the mound at point his hand should be at the end of his delivery. He must have cleaned his father out by the time he was 12, but it sure is paying off now.
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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Casey37
    Last night's results vs STL:

    IPHRERBBKHRWHIPSeason ERA
    T. Lincecum (W, 8-2)9.02000801.072.37



    Probably the best start of his career so far.
    He threw 95 pitches in doing this.
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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Stache Fan
    This guy is a SuperMegaElite Ace. Sorry Johan.
    Let him do it for as long as Santana did and in the AL before you start to compare.

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    I watched the game last night. I have him in one of my leagues (sadly this is the year we have to throw all players back). Only 24 years old and that's scary.
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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JavyVazquezIsSick
    Let him do it for as long as Santana did and in the AL before you start to compare.
    Exactly. The delivery of his makes me nauseous.
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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JavyVazquezIsSick
    Let him do it for as long as Santana did and in the AL before you start to compare.
    I didn't see any reference to career, which obviously favors Santana.

    I see a very legitimate argument that Lincecum is a more desirable pitcher right now, and for right now only, than Sanatana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snatch Catch
    I didn't see any reference to career, which obviously favors Santana.

    I see a very legitimate argument that Lincecum is a more desirable pitcher right now, and for right now only, than Sanatana.
    I just don't see the point of bringing up Santana at all. He's not even close to being as good as Lincecum is this year. Santana isn't as good as few others in the NL too.

    Best NL pitcher right now? Dan Haren off the top of my head

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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    His changeup is disgusting. I can't believe how good it got.

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    His delivery is biomechanics at its best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonsfavson
    Exactly. The delivery of his makes me nauseous.
    I love it. I created my own guy in MLB 2K9/Show with his delivery, it's harmonious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stache Fan
    This guy is a SuperMegaElite Ace. Sorry Johan.
    lol. If I recall correctly, someone had an argument about this term?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delv
    lol. If I recall correctly, someone had an argument about this term?
    That's basically what I was referring to.

    If there's anyone that deserves that title, it's him.
    On the other hand, you have different fingers.


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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    23 straight scoreless innings for the Freak

    121 IP, 97 H, 30 BB, 141 K

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    A 3 hit complete game shutout, one start after his 2 hit complete game shutout against the Cards.

    Yikes!

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    Re: Tim Lincecum Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrambles
    A 3 hit complete game shutout, one start after his 2 hit complete game shutout against the Cards.

    Yikes!
    That wasn't a CG. He pitched 7 out of the 9 innings on Saturday. He also scored twice, both on walks.

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    I always think he'll be done in his 30's because of the way he throws

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dream
    I always think he'll be done in his 30's because of the way he throws
    I haven't seen him pitch. What kind of action does he have which seems awkward? He's pushing with his arm, not his legs?
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