Tim Lincecum: Why the San Francisco Giants Ace Will Win His 3rd Cy Young in 2011

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Tim Lincecum: Why the San Francisco Giants Ace Will Win His 3rd Cy Young in 2011
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Tim Lincecum is primed for his first 20-win season

Tim Lincecum has already etched his name in Giants history. His is the stuff of legend, and he's only in his fifth major league season.

The Giants right-hander won back-to-back National League Cy Young awards in his first two seasons, becoming the only pitcher in major league history to accomplish that feat.

He led all of baseball in strikeouts in each of his first three full big-league seasons.

As well, he was unhittable in the 2010 postseason, including in Game 5 of the World Series, when he shut down the offensive juggernaut of the Texas Rangers and led San Francisco to its first World Series title in 56 years.

What more can this young man accomplish?

A third Cy Young award, perhaps?

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