Lincecum sharp in win; Kershaw's future revealed
-- and has also thrown seven quality starts in his last ten contests the Giants have won eleven of his last seventeen he says. He's not completely back he says he's -- like he still grinding a little bit when he's out there pitching but he also says he's feeling closer. I've spoken being home you know obviously it's always better pension. You know obviously this park and helps. And just from the crowd behind you and his. On the way it feels to be out there when you're your own element you honking behind you and your home crowd minded little easier and definitely -- tourist occasion. Big innings so. The Clinton it helps. If you distribute it one reason why one or two reasons why you've been able to -- has been somewhat better and that you didn't hit the ball down the last several starts would you say. I'm just working I mean I know it's been a long year and never -- -- over and you are trying to get yourself ready better. You know so it's kind of stuck the the halfway point were obviously gotten a -- lose those muscles and everything in him. No leader being out there on the field so I'm trying to do. And just focus -- much better here between between pitches and I think that's one and a becoming better pitches and -- and -- as it was for me tease him. And if and when Lincecum was told his ERA is under five for the first time this season he didn't. Little sarcastic fist -- but although he would like to get that number a little bit lower he says that thing he only cares about. As whether or not the team gets the win reporting live from AT&T park I'm -- sire for Comcast sports net. Also back has done quite a Kershaw as the season obituary fox sports reporting Kershaw has an in -- Arrangement of the right hip doctors say he can still pitch as long as he can stand the paint. The Dodgers however -- one and out there unless he is.
Tim Lincecum discusses the keys to leading the Giants to a 6-3 victory over the Rockies and the latest on Dodgers' pitcher Clayton Kershaw.