Tim Lincecum missed the 2017 season and performed poorly for three seasons before that. What are the odds he can find success as a reliever with the Rangers at age 34?
Which teams make the most sense for the remaining free agents?
The best and worst pitcher mechanics in the NL West are broken down.
Tim Lincecum no-hits the Padres again, but in a very different fashion, plus other action from Wednesday and what to watch today.
Ben and Sam discuss the Dodgers’ and Tigers’ futures, then break down Tim Lincecum’s contract and answer listener emails.
Ben and Sam discuss the debatable value of Billy Hamilton, then forecast the free agencies of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Phil Hughes and others.
Is there a downside to trying to protect a pitcher by cutting an excellent outing short?
Is there a price to pay in the start after an outing in which a pitcher throws a lot of pitches?
Ben and Sam discuss whether we should care about pitch counts in no-hitters, then talk about the gap between Joe Blanton’s actual and estimated ERA.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
Tim Lincecum’s no-hitter was a great moment for Giants fans, but it didn’t make Brian Sabean’s job any easier.
Paul helps you set your fantasy rotation for the coming week with a look at the two-start pitchers and their matchups.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the ability to spend big helps teams as much as it once did, then talk about their expectations for Tim Lincecum and Chris Davis.
Tim Lincecum rarely pitches to Buster Posey. On Wednesday, Hector Sanchez’s flaws were on display.
A closer look at the impending free agents who have the most riding on a return to form or a return to health in 2013.
Ben and Sam discuss their expectations for Tim Lincecum and Roy Halladay after their disappointing 2012 seasons and struggles this spring.