Tim Lincecum Profile

Tim Lincecum   55 – P    

Position: Pitcher

Bats: Left, Throws: Right

Height: 5’11″, Weight: 170 lbs.

Born: June 15, 1984

Place: Bellevue, WA

High School: Liberty Senior High School in Renton, WA

College: University of Washington

Drafted By: San Francisco Giants (1st round, 10th pick) 2006 amateur draft.

Signed: June 30, 2006 – $2.025 million signing bonus

Major League Debut: May 6, 2007

Teams: Giants 2007-Present

Contract: Resigned on January 24, 2012. 2 Years/$40.5M, $500k bonus (12-13)

2012: $18 million, 2013: 22 million 

Arbitration Eligible: 2012 and 2013

Free Agent: 2014

Agent: Rick Thurman

Cy Young Award Winner (2008, 2009)

4-time All Star (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

3-time NL Strikeout Leader (2008, 2009, 2010)

Babe Ruth Award Winner (MVP throughout 2010 Playoffs)

2010 World Series Champion

Golden Spikes Award Winner (2006, Collegiate Baseball’s Top Player)  

Fun Facts

1st player to win Cy Young Award twice in 1st 2 full seasons in Majors.

1 of just 4 pitchers to win NL Cy Young Award in back-to-back seasons.

Was given the nickname “The Franchise” by former Giants reliever Steve Kline.

Lincecum has a French Bulldog named Cy.

He once performed “My Prerogative” by Bobby Brown for a local Washington radio station when he was in college.

Lincecum’s Career Stats

YR TM G W L ERA SO BB IP WHIP
2007 SFG 24 7 5 4.00 150 65 146.1 1.278
2008 SFG 34 18 5 2.62 265 84 227.0 1.172
2009 SFG 32 15 7 2.48 261 68 225.1 1.047
2010 SFG 33 16 10 3.43 231 76 212.1 1.272
2011 SFG 33 13 14 2.74 220 86 217.0 1.207
Career SFG 156 69 41 2.98 1,127 379 1,028.0 1.188

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