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Tim Lincecum is out of sync, his segments are not in sync and he's putting stress on his labrum...

Tim Lincecum is out of sync, his segments are not in sync and he's putting stress on his labrum (shoulder) that is playing catch up but most of all that continuous pounding on his knee and left hip is the main cause of his problem, which I believe can be fixed rather easily. Segmental velocities in the pitching motion are rather important to any pitcher and Tim is facing these problems head-on.

This morning, you woke up and thought, "Say, I wonder what former Giants star John D'Acquisto has say about Tim Lincecum's mechanics?" That was a weird coincidence.
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