SF Giants' Tim Lincecum shines on mound, or bases
As I stood outside my hotel at 5 am waiting for the shuttle bus to LaGuardia, the Muzak being piped through the lobby was “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.
The Giants hope Lincecum builds off the final five innings of Monday's loss, in which he held the Phillies to one run after they scored four in the first. Manager Bruce Bochy said Lincecum's issues have become more mental than mechanical,
The San Francisco Giants arrived in Cincinnati at 3am, so I guess that's the reason they looked like they were sleeping offensively till the 9th inning in l.
The San Francisco Giants had a positive outlook on the injury of their second baseman Freddy Sanchez last week. Sanchez, who has been out since last season after suffering a shoulder injury, had started a rehab assignment with the San Jose Giants.