Lincecum Throws Seven Scoreless in '10 Debut
Former Husky star Tim Lincecum provided one of the top performances of Opening Day in the San Francisco Giants' 5-2 win at Houston Monday, throwing seven shutout innings for the victory.
The two-time defending NL Cy Young winner worked seven innings, throwing just 98 pitches (66 of them for strikes). He gave up four hits (all singles), didn't walk a batter and struck out seven.
He left the game after seven innings with a 5-0 lead. Houston scored two in the ninth, but Brian Wilson came on to retire the last two batters to end it.
There had been some questions about Lincecum's level of sharpness during spring training, but this outing should quiet those doubts for a few days.
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