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Latest Tim Lincecum Items
As the Nationals and Giants inched ever-closer to — and then soared past — the four-hour mark Monday night, the crowd at AT&T Park never wavered. The innings continued to pass, the pitchers and position players left on each team's bench continued to wane and ultimately the Nationals found themselves turning to their last man standing.
Yovani Gallardo kept putting up zeros, setting off no-hitter alerts all over. So when he glanced at the Busch Stadium scoreboard, the Milwaukee pitcher clearly saw what was happening.
Tim Lincecum struck out 12 to surpass Christy Mathewson for most double-digit strikeout games in Giants history and Pat Burrell hit a tiebreaking single against his favorite opponent, lifting San Francisco over the New York Mets 2-0 on Wednesday night.
The Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants play each other 17 times, and Clayton Kershaw figures there's no better time than the season opener for Los Angeles to measure itself against the World Series champions.
With four aces, the Philadelphia Phillies are all in. Because if this is the Year of the Pitcher yet again, then Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and their pals should breeze into the World Series bracket and wind up in a parade down Broad Street.
Dallas Braden is never one to be bashful: The Oakland lefty is certain the Year of the Pitcher can carry on through 2011 and beyond.
Tim Lincecum looked forward to finally facing live hitters, even if they were his teammates.
Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt, Cole Hamels _ and Cliff Lee. Yes, Cliff Lee.
Miguel Tejada watched from the visiting side when the San Francisco Giants celebrated their NL West title after knocking out his San Diego Padres on the final day of the regular season.