2012 San Francisco Giants: Tim Lincecum by the Numbers

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2012 San Francisco Giants: Tim Lincecum by the Numbers
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Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants is mired in the worst stretch of his career. Excluding a couple of promising outings against the A's and Dodgers, the beloved long-haired hurler has been struggling to find himself.

Lincecum limps into the All-Star break with a 3-10 record, a bloated 6.42 ERA, and an abnormally high 1.58 WHIP. His underwhelming first half ended in what was a microcosm of his season up to this point. The Pittsburgh Pirates chased Lincecum in just 3.1 innings, as he gave up six runs on seven hits, which included big flies from Andrew McCutchen and Neil Walker.

There are a number of things going wrong for Tim Lincecum this season. Here, we'll take a look at his stats to pinpoint some areas of concern.

Note: The following stats, via ESPN, include up to July 7. They do not include Lincecum's last outing against Pittsburgh on July 8.

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