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Isn’t it fun watching someone make a professional sport look like a video game on rookie difficulty?
Things got even worse for Nori Aoki when he tried to field a foul ball yesterday. His glove falls shy of the pop-up and lands in the last place he’d ever want it to land. Aoki grimaced in pain, as did every man watching it happen.
Tim Lincecum was still far away from the form he displayed when he won back-to-back Cy Youngs in 2008 and 2009. Sure, it wasn’t as bad as last year, but he still wasn’t anywhere near consistent enough to approach his old self. And then last night happened.
Normally when Tim Lincecum is tripping, it’s way more fun than this. Get it? Because he’s into psychedelics? Nevermind. Just watch him fall on his keister.
Tim Lincecum delivered what is seemingly now a rare gem on Sunday. Is he heading back to Fantasy prominence? More importantly, will he be reliable going forward? Scott Engel and Adam Ronis have the answers. Listen to the RotoExperts daily from 6 to 11 a.m. ET and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio, Sirius 210, XM 87.
Fantasy players were very disappointed by the mostly awful regular season performance of Tim Lincecum last year. Drafted as a No. 1 or No. 2 Roto starter in many cases, Lincecum struggled for most of the season and found himself on fantasy benches for extended periods. He pitched much better out of the bullpen in the postseason, though, drawing some whispers of optimism for 2013. Well, we’re here to tell you: stay skeptical.
Those San Francisco Giants are just so damn zany. Lest you forgot, the reigning World Series champs are full of eccentric characters, like the freaky franchise Tim Lincecum and the Reverend Hunter Pence. Here they are, doing their best impressions of each other.