On Tim Lincecum’s 148th pitch against the San Diego Padres, having given up no hits and throwing more pitches than anyone in the Majors this year, this is the screen I saw.

Clearly I’m paying karmic retribution for something, my shouts of “Please, Verizon, give me video,” landing on deaf ears. These are the problems one faces in 2013.

For tonight, as I listened to game sounds and screamed in frustration despite having a device that would make people in the 1990s call you a heretic, Lincecum, his hair shorn and his change up biting, no hit the San Diego Padres.

On Tim Lincecum’s 148th pitch against the San Diego Padres, having given up no hits and throwing more pitches than anyone in the Majors this year, this is the screen I saw.

Clearly I’m paying karmic retribution for something, my shouts of “Please, Verizon, give me video,” landing on deaf ears. These are the problems one faces in 2013.

For tonight, as I listened to game sounds and screamed in frustration despite having a device that would make people in the 1990s call you a heretic, Lincecum, his hair shorn and his change up biting, no hit the San Diego Padres.

  1. travisequalsmusic said: How Lincecum deals with the pressures of pitching in a no-no: cdn.fangraphs.com/not/w…
  2. timmeratx said: Great. I take one night off from watching the Giants and Tim pitches a no-no. Pfft.
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  5. northstar78 said: You need MLB Network, yo.
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