Posts Tagged ‘Tim Lincecum’

Did Fans of the Past Better Appreciate Star Players? Examining a Radio Talk Show Claim

Toward the end of Friday afternoon’s edition of the Michael Kay radio show, which was being co-hosted by Don La Greca and Bill Daughtry, the conversation shifted toward the favorite myth of the middle-aged sports media (and many older fans): baseball’s decline in popularity. Every objective piece of statistical evidence suggests that baseball is more […]

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Last night, Tim Lincecum established the Giants’ franchise record for most 10 strikeout games by a pitcher. By punching out 12 New York Mets, the wiry right hander established the new mark at 29, an impressive accomplishment considering he has only started 129 games. Lincecum has led the National League in strikeouts during each of […]

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