October 3, 2010
1. Roy Halladay, Phillies 2. Tim Hudson, Braves 3. Tim Lincecum, Giants 4. Joey Votto, Reds
April 16, 2012
At AT&T Park, San Francisco Monday at 10:15 p.m. RHP Roy Halladay (2-0, 0.60 ERA) vs. San Francisco RHP Tim Lincecum (0-1, 12.91). Tuesday at 10:15 p.m. RHP Joe Blanton (1-1, 2.35) vs. San Francisco LHP Madison Bumgarner (1-1, 3.97). Wednesday at 10:15 p.m. LHP Cliff Lee (0-1, 3.46) vs. San Francisco RHP Matt Cain ( 1-0, 3.00).
November 17, 2010 |
PHILLIES CY YOUNG WINNERS 2010: Roy Halladay: 21-10, 2.44 ERA 1987: Steve Bedrosian: 40 saves, 2.83 1983: John Denny: 19-6, 2.37 1982: Steve Carlton: 23-11, 3.10 1980: Steve Carlton: 24-9, 2.34 1977: Steve Carlton: 23-10, 2.64 1972: Steve Carlton: 27-10, 1.97 2010: Roy Halladay, Phillies: 21-10, 2.44 ERA 2009: Tim Lincecum, Giants: 15-7, 2.48 2008: Tim Lincecum, Giants: 18-5, 2.62 ...
October 12, 2012 |
CINCINNATI - So many unusual things moved San Francisco to the verge of an unprecedented comeback Wednesday in its National League division series with Cincinnati. Angel Pagan connected on the second pitch of the game. A Giants team that finished last in home runs hit three. Tim Lincecum pitched like a two-time Cy Young Award winner - this time, out of the bullpen. Pagan hit the first leadoff homer in Giants postseason history, and Gregor Blanco and Pablo Sandoval delivered later for an 8-3 victory over the Reds to even their division series at two games apiece.
October 16, 2010
ARLINGTON, Texas - Catcher Bengie Molina has caught his share of aces, including the two starters who will open Saturday's National League Championship Series: Roy Halladay of the Phillies and Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants. Molina, now with the Texas Rangers, spent the 2006 season in Toronto, where he caught Halladay. A year later, he caught Lincecum with the San Francisco Giants before being acquired by Texas this season. "This is what it is all about, to see those two guys battle it out," said Molina, whose team opened the American League Championship Series Friday against the New York Yankees at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
October 15, 2010
Fox Sports broadcaster Tim McCarver is as excited as anyone for tomorrow night's Game 1 matchup between the dueling aces of the Phillies and San Francisco Giants. To start off the National League Championship Series, the Phillies will send out Roy Halladay. In his previous outing, his playoff debut, he threw the second postseason no-hitter in history. Opposing Halladay's mastery, the Giants will send out their own ace, Tim Lincecum. In his first and only postseason start, on Oct. 7, "The Freak" threw a complete-game shutout while striking out 14 Atlanta Braves, a Giants postseason record.
May 8, 2007 |
The Phillies told Shane Victorino to take a seat for two days last week in Atlanta. He wanted no part of it. He wanted to play and prove he can be an everyday player. But perhaps the rest helped. Or maybe it served as motivation. He hit .588 (10 for 17) with one walk, one double, one home run, four RBIs, seven runs, and six stolen bases in the four-game series against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. He entered last night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field hitting .304 with one homer, 12 RBIs, 18 runs and 13 stolen bases this season.
October 16, 2010
First impression: These Giants are pretty good. Second: It's going to be a long series. Funny thing is, it wasn't the Giants' pitching that made the difference in Game 1. Tim Lincecum was solid and the bullpen did its job and all that. But the lineup was tough. Tougher than I expected, anyway. From the first pitch from Roy Halladay ? which Andres Torres slashed into centerfield for a line-drive out ? the Giants had an aggressive approach. They got their hacks. They looked like they believed they belong in this series.