Posted July 14, 2013 Tim Lincecum threw his first career no-hitter and continued his improved pitching in July. It wasn’t exactly vintage Tim Lincecum. His fastball was still sitting down around 91 miles per hour, and he hit 100 pitches in the sixth inning, but Saturday night, Lincecum had complete mastery of his pitches and the Padres. Mixing a wicked curve, sharp two-seamer, an 80 MPH slider, and a devastating changeup, Lincecum kept the Padres guessing all night. The two-time Cy
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