Tim Lincecum RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tim Lincecum accepts Angels minor league assignment, will report to Triple-A Salt Lake

    Orange County Register "Tim Lincecum, whose comeback attempt with the Angels floundered in nine major league starts, has accepted the Angels' assignment to Triple-A. Lincecum, who by virtue of his service time had the option of accepting the assignment or becoming a free agent, is expected to report to Triple-A Salt..." August 09

  • Angels put an end to the Tim Lincecum experiment

    Los Angeles Times "Faced with an experiment that delivered continually worse results, the Angels cut it short Saturday, designating Tim Lincecum for assignment. The 32-year-old right-hander’s 9.16 earned-run average was in the first percentile among major league pitchers, his starts progressively providing less and..." August 07

  • Could Lincecum lose his spot in rotation?

    MLB.com "He put seven of the first nine hitters on base, allowed six runs before recording three outs and failed to complete six innings for the eighth consecutive start. By the time he was finished Friday, Tim Lincecum's ERA had inflated to 9.16, the second-highest among pitchers who have registered at..." August 06

  • Lincecum: I'm not 'pumping the cheese' like I used to

    San Francisco Chronicle "It all looked so familiar. The No. 55 on the jersey. The hop across the baseline on his way to the mound. The toe dig once he got there. The pitch delivery. And the hoodie worn in the postgame celebration line. Everything except for the color. “I don’t think red looks weird,” Tim Lincecum..." June 19

  • The Freak is back: Tim Lincecum makes Angels debut

    Yahoo! Sports "The Freak is back – but in an unfamiliar uniform. Tim Lincecum takes the mound for the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday against the Oakland Athletics. Having trouble picturing Lincecum in anything but a San Francisco Giants jersey? Well, seeing is believing, and you can see his Angels debut right..." June 18

  • Giant love for Tim Lincecum on the eve of his Angels debut

    Los Angeles Times "The best views in baseball are the ones at AT&T Park. On a clear day, you can look beyond the outfield and across San Francisco Bay, with the Oakland Coliseum in your sights. The San Francisco Giants will extend their hearts across the Bay on Saturday. Tim Lincecum, whose artistry on the mound..." June 16

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