1. Matt Cain, Tim Lincecum Watch as Madison Bumgarner Emerges as October Icon

    SAN FRANCISCO — The ace went for a dip of bubble gum. The third-base coach went for a swatch of "wow." "You sore?" Tim Flannery asked Madison Bumgarner. "No room for sore," the San Francisco Giants hurler grunted back...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 6 months ago 38,842 reads 26 comments

  2. Tim Lincecum Injury: Updates on Giants Pitcher's Status and Return

    Updates from Friday, Oct. 24 ESPN.com's Jim Caple has an update on Tim Lincecum 's status: "Sitting on the plane was a little iffy but I just did my best to stay stretched out and keep loose," Lincecum said...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 7 months ago 23,257 reads 15 comments

  3. Are Tim Lincecum or Michael Wacha Capable of Putting Their Stamp on NLCS?

    Surprise, surprise: The St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants are back in the National League Championship Series. But there’s been one decorated pitcher noticeably absent from each team’s winning formula this postseason...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 7 months ago 11,374 reads 4 comments

  4. SF Giants: The 1 Big Question Still Unanswered 2 Weeks from the Postseason

    The San Francisco Giants have 10 games remaining in the 2014 regular season. Barring a major collapse, the Giants should make the playoffs either as the NL West division winner or as a wild-card team...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 8 months ago 6,864 reads 27 comments

  5. As Bochy Works to Put Pieces Together, Giants Will Live or Die with Pitching

    SAN FRANCISCO — One night after Madison Bumgarner lit up AT&T Park by taking a perfect game into the eighth inning, Tim Hudson was electric. Stretch-run energy buzzed through the Giants clubhouse in that old, familiar way...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 8 months ago 17,276 reads 24 comments

  6. San Francisco Giants: An Early Free-Agency and Offseason Primer

    The San Francisco Giants ' 2014 regular season is winding down and has just over four weeks remaining. As the Giants scratch and claw to make the playoffs, general manager Brian Sabean must also begin planning for the future...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 8 months ago 5,405 reads 13 comments

  7. Tim Lincecum's Bullpen Move Can Be Wild Card X-Factor Down the Stretch

    At one point this season, there was hope. A lot of it. Tim Lincecum was on a roll, and his two-year, $35 million contract, which was completely panned when it was announced, looked like it might have some value after all...

    Anthony Witrado Written by Anthony Witrado about 8 months ago 6,431 reads 9 comments

  8. Tim Lincecum Earns 1st Career Save in Extra-Innings Win vs. Phillies

    Tim Lincecum came on to pitch in the bottom of the 14th inning and earned the save in the San Francisco Giants' 9-6 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night. It's the first save of his career: You can see how the game ended below...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 10 months ago 10,687 reads 20 comments

  9. San Francisco Giants: Has Tim Lincecum Officially Returned to His Old Form?

    Tim Lincecum has taken fans on a roller-coaster ride during the last three years, and it's finally reached its peak. Sure, it was a lot more riveting watching Lincecum dazzle fans with eight brilliant innings in Game 5 of the 2010 World Series...

    Baily Deeter Written by Baily Deeter about 10 months ago 1,104 reads 2 comments

  10. Is Tim Lincecum's Recent Hot Stretch a Career Revival or Mirage?

    Tim Lincecum did it again. The San Francisco Giants right-hander won his fourth straight start by holding the National League West rival Arizona Diamondbacks scoreless over seven innings at AT&T Park on Friday night...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 10 months ago 15,593 reads 126 comments

  11. Giants' Tim Lincecum Becomes 2nd Pitcher with 2 No-Hitters Against Same Opponent

    Wednesday's no-hitter against the San Diego Padres made Tim Lincecum just the second player in Major League Baseball history to toss multiple no-nos versus the same team, according to the MLB Stat of the Day ...

    Bleacher Report Milestones Written by Bleacher Report Milestones about 10 months ago 1,569 reads 1 comments

  12. After Lincecum No-Hitter, Are Padres Officially Worst Offense in a Generation?

    After throwing a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres for the second time in as many seasons on Wednesday, it's safe to say Tim Lincecum likes facing the Friars. Then again, these days, so does everyone else...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 10 months ago 3,585 reads 29 comments

  13. Tim Lincecum's No-Hitter Shows He's Still Capable of Occasional Magic

    Tim Lincecum could dazzle with the best of 'em between 2008 and 2011. But then the baseball gods took his powers away in 2012, dooming most of his trips to the mound to be a struggle...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 10 months ago 21,810 reads 104 comments

  14. Tim Lincecum Throws No-Hitter vs. Padres: Analysis and Twitter Reaction

    Tim Lincecum had been frustratingly inconsistent as of late, giving up 17 runs in 22.1 innings (6.85 ERA, 1.30 WHIP) through his first four June starts, but as he well knows, a meeting with the San Diego Padres can heal all wounds...

    Tim Keeney Written by Tim Keeney about 10 months ago 62,572 reads 134 comments

  15. Sports Stars Who Forgot How to Play Sports

    There’s this great moment at the beginning of The Dark Knight Rises where it seems like Batman has completely forgotten how to superhero. His hair is a mess, he’s out of shape, and he can hardly walk without a cane...

    Matt Haupert Written by Matt Haupert about 12 months ago 6,480 reads 4 comments