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Lincecum WINS CY YOUNG AGAIN!!!!!!!!!



Way to go Timmy!
any of those guys deserved it.. bottom line

i'm i happy timmy got it? hell yes
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by jrg:
Honestly..are there many better 1-2 punches then two?




Lee/Hamels maybe?

lol Hamels blows

we'll see how Webb comes back, because Webb/Haren is probably the best when healthy.

but anyways, im super happy Lincecum won it again. i thought he deserved it personally, but even if he didnt, this is payback for 2003 when Schmidt got screwed hardcore by Gagne. RP should never win the CY. they have their own award.

Not to mention the fact that Gagne would have been nothing with steroids. He was a marginal starting pitcher with a 90 mph fastball. Suddenly, he throws 98 and unhittable. If there ever was a pitcher that roids benefited it was him.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by jrg:
Honestly..are there many better 1-2 punches then two?




Lee/Hamels maybe?

lol Hamels blows

we'll see how Webb comes back, because Webb/Haren is probably the best when healthy.

but anyways, im super happy Lincecum won it again. i thought he deserved it personally, but even if he didnt, this is payback for 2003 when Schmidt got screwed hardcore by Gagne. RP should never win the CY. they have their own award.

Not to mention the fact that Gagne would have been nothing with steroids. He was a marginal starting pitcher with a 90 mph fastball. Suddenly, he throws 98 and unhittable. If there ever was a pitcher that roids benefited it was him.

Wrong, his Oakley's gave him magical powers.
Well done son.....

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On Deck: Lincecum highly deserving of second Cy Young
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November 20, 2009 9:41 PM
BY MATT MAXSON, SUN STAFF WRITER

I don't mean to be blunt, but no one was more deserving of this year's NL Cy Young than Tim Lincecum.

It isn't simply because he smoked 96-mph fastballs past batters for a season-high 261 strikeouts. He was a catalyst for the Giants and lit-up a team that made its first push for the playoffs since 2003.

Though his 15 wins is the lowest for a Cy Young winner, his run support was powered by a team that couldn't take a hit from some of the league's worst pitchers. Ground balls rarely made it out of the infield grass.

But Lincecum's success may cost San Francisco a dime or two. General Manager Brian Sabean will now have to hash out a better arbitration number for Lincecum's agent if he hopes to keep him in the Bay Area.

It's a dark and dank situation that may have the San Francisco ace rolling stacks of cash.

The Giants will of course be trying to weed out some of the high cost talent to make room for Lincecum and some more hitters to come in.

It's a situation that may leave a bad taste in each side's mouth. Anyone got the munchies?

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