Yesterday, Tim Lincecum pitched 8 innings and gave up only one hit. That’s a good way to be named the MVP of Yesterday, the second of his season.
Standings, as always, after the jump:
Tim Lincecum was the losing pitcher of Homer Bailey‘s no-hitter, but, for the first time since 1906, he was the one to author the next no-no, going the distance with 148 pitches and with 14 strikeouts. Is there any doubt he’s the MVP of Yesterday?
(Standings after jump)