4.23: ATL/SFG postgame -- Tim Lincecum
What was. There's -- work. Conversely you hit the ball pretty well they hadn't been here we get here how I think. Are you getting -- bring a little bit upset because. And those guys on every inning and you know helping somebody came -- I guess towards the situation everything. When that happens -- -- usually play at night I don't know if there's anything -- and he was here -- he battled out there. But there was a -- -- -- competitive myself. Ridiculously consistent. Have -- -- he's. Dealt with the adversity. Think it's. Correct. Yeah definitely just got to go back out there. Not carrying these negatives in the next starter yeah. But the defense that person's -- and a I'm watching us -- yeah very good so yeah. So called strikes. In any particular that you do you get your location -- -- and enters the attendance and curve -- but yeah. Or that. Just -- yeah. But I. That is the -- things is -- okay. The American audience. So it's. Hopefully next time yeah. We would talk about him or her -- yeah. Sometimes it. During her pitch it's that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- After the first yeah that was the case. I was going. Ground ball parks into the -- number one unless we're gonna play element. -- yeah. And level. And the rest of them play and everywhere. It's. -- excellent indeed help yeah. -- -- Would. Blue around the corner. You approach on the mound. In. Again violently. To get -- Whether it was one or two runs. --
Lincecum admits he had some control problems in his six-walk performance.