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Tim Lincecum (SP)

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ESPN | Apr 15th, 12:06pm
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at historical trends with pitchers facing the same team twice in a short period of time.
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Roto Professor | Apr 14th, 5:51pm
Maybe the Giants should just sit him down against the Diamondbacks, as Paul Goldschmidt (1-4, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 R) simply owns him.  He wasn't the only one yesterday, though, allowing 7 ER on 7 H and 1 BB, striking out 5, over 4.0 innings of work.  There's hope, obviously, but let's see what he can do against another lineup. - Eric Stashin
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Yahoo | Apr 14th, 2:32am
Tim Lincecum apologists will blame things on the matchup (the Snakes own him), but I say we stop making excuses for someone who can't keep the ball in the park. Lincecum allowed seven runs, and two homers, in Wednesday's beatdown. Here's the bottom line since the beginning of 2012: 4.89 ERA, 1.39 WHIP. Dream on, dreamers. - Scott Pianowski
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Fangraphs | Apr 7th, 2:48am
Lincecum continues to be well liked by FIP despite a clear decline in skills. I'm scared, but would love to see a return to above-average numbers. - Chris Cwik
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Roto Professor | Apr 7th, 2:28am
Can he continue to generate strikeouts? Will he be able to keep the ball in the ballpark (he did have 8 groundouts vs. 2 flyouts)? We can't answer those questions, yet, but there is underlying hope after one start. - Eric Stashin
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Yahoo | Apr 7th, 1:09am
If you want to make excuses for Lincecum, be my guest. To me, he's a matchup play for 2014, nothing past that. He's clearly working with less stuff these days, and paying a bigger price when he doesn't hit his spots. He's made 66 starts since the beginning of 2012 and has a 4.78 ERA over that span; at some point, we have to accept the new reality, don't we? - Scott Pianowski