7 Bold Predictions for Tim Lincecum's Second-Half Performance

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7 Bold Predictions for Tim Lincecum's Second-Half Performance
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Even though Tim Lincecum has been nothing short of terrible for the San Francisco Giants, the team is poised for a second-half run.

Granted, the Giants are 4-12 when the two-time Cy Young Award winner pitches, making their one-and-a-half-game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers that much more impressive.

After struggling mightily over the first two and a half months, Lincecum has pitched better of late, including an impressive seven-inning start against the Dodgers where he gave up four hits and no runs—not bad considering the Dodgers were without Matt Kemp.

Still, Lincecum has a ways to go before he is "back," but a second-half transformation looks promising.

Here are seven predictions for Lincecum as the Giants try to make another run at a World Series title. 

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