In June, Tim Lincecum was back in the minors, baseball begged for a Bumgarner Home Run Derby, LeBron trolled the Warriors, and The Dubs got the fist crack at Kevin Durant.
Dalton Johnson’s Work for May, 2016
In May, a book excerpt for Light The Fire Within was published, Jeff Kent reminded us he never liked Barry Bonds and Tim Lincecum donned No. 55 in a new uniform.
Dalton Johnson’s Work for February, 2016
February brought us the cryptic tweet of Marshawn Lynch, NBA All Stars praising the Warriors and Tim Lincecum remaining a free agent.
The Freak lives on and Tim Lincecum’s Cooperstown possibility
(Eric Reisberg/AP) For 27 outs, he was back. The hair is getting longer, reminding us of the past, the caterpillar on his lip is coming back with a soul patch, reminding us of the past in a sense of eras,… Read More ›
A look at Tim Lincecum’s historic no-hitter
After two World Series rings and two Cy Young Awards, San Francisco Giants pitcher, Tim Lincecum, added another memorable moment to his career with his first no-hitter on Saturday night against the San Diego Padres. It would only make sense… Read More ›
Tim Lincecum is the perfect choice for Game 4
There might be another chance of rain in St. Louis for Game 4 of the NLCS, but there is an even bigger chance of excitement. The series is at 2-1 in the Cardinals’ favor, and though it is not an… Read More ›
One Giant, Historical Comeback
A comeback of Giant proportions has San Francisco eyeing another championship parade. After being down 0-2, a comeback seemed impossible. The Giants were hosting the Reds in San Francisco at one of the loudest parks in all of baseball, but… Read More ›
Who should start Game 1 for the San Francisco Giants?
Playoff baseball is finally arriving, and that means it is officially “Orange October” in San Francisco. Fans will be on the edge of their seats and eyes will be glued to televisions all over San Francisco from the first pitch…. Read More ›
Tim Lincecum Holds San Francisco Giants’ Key To Success
The San Francisco Giants are beginning to separate themselves from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West, and their former Cy Young winner holds the key to success in the second half. Tim Lincecum has clearly had a rough… Read More ›
Trade Tim Lincecum, But Not Now
Tim Lincecum has been nothing but rock solid on the bump in his career as a Giant, but unfortunately things aren’t smooth sailing this season for Lincecum. Lincecum’s struggles are making many fans and people around baseball jump to the… Read More ›