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Tim Lincecum Net Worth 2022, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

School: Liberty High School (Washington) Timothy Leroy Lincecum is a famous baseball pitcher from America who successfully played various major baseball leagues. From 2007 to 2015, he played many significant leagues on behalf of the Francisco Giants and for Los Angeles Angels in 2016. From the year 2010 to 2014, this professional baseball player has won three World Series championships effectively.
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Tim Lincecum falls off HOF ballot after coming short of 5% mark

Tim Lincecum Hall of Fame chances lasted one cycle of eligibility. “The Freak” earned 2.3% of votes on his first year on the ballot, short of the 5% threshold to remain on future ballots. Lincecum will be a rare two-time Cy Young Award winner who has multiple World Series...
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Mike Krukow makes HOF case for Tim Lincecum on KNBR

On Jan. 25, the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2022 class will be announced. It could include Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, David Ortiz, or no one at all — as it did last cycle. Players need at least 75% of eligible Baseball Writers Association of America votes for...
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Thursday/Friday BP: Alex Pavlovic on his Hall of Fame vote for Tim Lincecum

As always these days, it’s a slow time for baseball news. So we’re circling back on the Hall of Fame ballots. This time, we’ll be looking at one of our own local beat writers, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area, who submitted his first ballot this year, which included votes for former San Francisco Giants Barry Bonds (his final appearance on the ballot) and Tim Lincecum (first appearance).
Dallas Sports Focus

Poll: Is Tim Lincecum a Hall of Famer?

The Hall of Fame ballots are out, the lockout is ongoing, and so to keep us busy, we are doing some polls about players who are on the ballot this year and whether or not they should be voted in. Today is former Ranger Tim Lincecum. Cast your vote below...
San Francisco Chronicle

Why Tim Lincecum got my HOF vote, without thinking twice

Tim Lincecum’s name has come to light this month, lurking on the Hall of Fame ballot like a mighty, glowing meteor. Longevity issues will block his path, but this marks an excellent time to remember what he meant for the game. He got my vote, instantly. No stat sheets...
Martinsville Bulletin

Hanging With Miss Cooper: At least consider Tim Lincecum for the MLB Hall of Fame

If you were a fan of baseball from about 2007-2013, you know exactly who I’m talking about. Heck if you were a fan of sports who watched any amount of ESPN in that span you know who I’m talking about, because the “This is SportsCenter” commercial quoted above ran approximately eight times an hour. I have no data to back this up, but it seems like it’s still the most played SportsCenter commercial of all time.

Tim Lincecum highlights new Giants on the HoF ballot

The Baseball Writers' Association of America has added 13 names to the ballot for the Hall of Fame class of 2022, and four of them are former San Francisco Giants. Most notable is one of the players nearest and dearest to almost every Giants fan's heart: Tim Lincecum. While Lincecum reached some of the highest highs in the sport — winning back-to-back Cy Young Awards in 2008 and 2009, and then being a part of three championship teams — he's very unlikely to get voted in due to the shortness of b...
NBC Bay Area

Barry Bonds, Tim Lincecum Highlight Giants-Heavy Hall of Fame Ballot

Bonds, Lincecum highlight Giants-heavy Hall of Fame ballot originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. Giants fans will once again be watching the Hall of Fame results closely in January, and this time it won't just be because of Barry Bonds. Bonds is on the ballot, which was released Monday, for...

Tim Lincecum makes first appearance on Hall of Fame ballot that includes 8 former Giants

Tim Lincecum is getting his first crack at the Hall of Fame. Barry Bonds — at least through traditional means — is getting his last. The beloved Giants right-hander is included in Cooperstown’s 2022 Hall of Fame ballot that was released on Monday. Lincecum will have 10 chances to get voted in by the Baseball Writers Association of America unless he is able to receive at least five percent of the vote. Lincecum is considered a long shot for induction.
San Francisco Chronicle

Barry Bonds enters final year on Hall of Fame ballot; Tim Lincecum makes first appearance

One decorated Giant is appearing on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. Another is entering the final year of eligibility for his controversial candidacy. Tim Lincecum is among 13 new candidates on the 2022 ballot released Monday by the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Barry Bonds faces his 10th and last year on the ballot after gaining only a handful of needed votes last year. No new Hall of Famers were elected in last year’s voting.
Mercury News

From feel-good story to SF Giants’ history: Why Logan Webb made Buster Posey think of Tim Lincecum

SAN FRANCISCO — In a span of five days, Logan Webb went from another Giants feel-good story to a player who is carving out a special place in franchise history. Webb’s fame is sudden, but it’s hardly unexpected for a pitcher who followed up a division-clinching win on Sunday by conjuring up memories of Tim Lincecum with 7 2/3 scoreless innings in a dominant 4-0 victory against the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NLDS on Friday.