Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum will report to the Giants' facility in Arizona on Wednesday to begin rehabbing his surgically-repaired hip, John Dickinson of 95.7 The Game reports. He's expected to require five-to-six months of recovery time. Despite his standing as a two-time Cy Young winner, Lincecum is expected to see limited interest in free agency this winter on the heels of a four-year slide in his production. The 31-year-old could still have a second life as a reliever in the big leagues, but with the hip procedure putting his status in question for spring training, he remains a risky investment for any team.
Giants starting pitcher Tim Lincecum underwent hip surgery Thursday morning and is out for the season, general manager Bobby Evans told CBS Sports Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. The veteran right-hander finishes the season with a 7-4 record and 4.13 ERA through 15 starts. He totaled 60 strikeouts through 76 1/3 innings.
Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum will see a hip specialist to determine if he needs surgery on his injured hip, reports CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Lincecum has been sidelined since late June due to the injury.
Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum recently suffered a setback during his rehab from a forearm injury, reports the San Jose Mercury News. The team is exploring various treatments for Lincecum and sent MRIs to a specialist. Lincecum has not pitched since June 27.
Giants starting pitcher Tim Lincecum (forearm) threw a bullpen session Tuesday, per MLB.com. Manager Bruce Bochy said it went well. "He's going to throw another [bullpen]," Bochy said. "We'll see how he's doing after that and we may ramp it up a little bit with him. He's not quite ready, though, to be honest. I can't say he's real close."