Tim Lincecum is a famous Filipino American professional baseball pitcher and a free agent. Tim won 3 World Series Championships as Major League Baseball (MLB) for San Francisco Giants (2007-2015). Following, he played as MLB for Los Angeles (2016). Earlier, Tim Lincecum was the team’s ace starter (2010) and relief pitcher (2012- 2014). He had won the Babe Ruth Award (2010). Continue reading to find the net worth of Tim Lincecum as of 2019.
Early Life & Biography:
Tim Lincecum (Timothy Leroy Lincecum) was born on 15th June 1984 in Bellevue, Washington, the US. Tim’s mother, Rebecca Asis was the daughter of Filipino immigrants and his father, Chris Lincecum worked at Boeing.
Chris helped in developing Tim’s interest in baseball pitching. As a child, Tim followed his dad, Chris and his brother Sean when they went for pitching sessions. Tim copied them and learned how to pitch perfectly. According to experts, Chris had his own pitching motion inspired by Sandy Koufax. Chris and Tim videotaped and analyzed to improve on Tim’s pitching technique. Chris’ hand signaled Tim whenever he made any mistakes during pitching.
Tim Lincecum lived in Sausalito, California, and Mission district in Potrero Hill, San Francisco, near the old Seals Stadium. This is where the baseball team played during the season. During the off-season, Tim resides in Seattle, Washington. Tim owned his property in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Career, Awards & Nominations:
Tim Lincecum studied at Liberty Senior High School, Renton, Washington and played two seasons of varsity baseball. Tim led his school team winning 3A State Championship Title and State Player of the year (2006).
Tim Lincecum continued to pitch for the University of Washington. Tim played as a Washington Husky. Tim’s pitching skill attracted coaches like Ken Knutson who headed the baseball at the University of Washington. During his first year, Tim was honored as Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year. In 2006, Tim Lincecum won the Golden Spikes Award for an annual best amateur baseball player.
Tim Lincecum was a pitcher for the professional baseball team called Major League Baseball (MLB) for San Francisco Giants. His professional achievements include winning NL Cy Young Award (2008 and 2009); 4 All-Star Games (2008-2011) as a member of World Series Champions (2010-2012); Babe Ruth Award (2010) as MLB post season. Tim was a leader of National League in strikeouts thrice (2008-2010). Tim pitched the first no-hitter at Petco Park against San Diego Padres (2013) and repeated against the Padres (2014) at AT&T Park.
Net Worth & Earnings:
The net worth of Tim Lincecum is $45 million. Tim’s annual salaried income is $22.25 million. As of January 2018, Tim’s earnings from endorsements for Rawlings and NIKE were around $250,000. In 2016, Tim earned $3,000,000 from the sale of his 11,000 square foot Paradise Valley estate. Tim sold it to Mario and Kelly Martinez of Gilbert. In 2016, Tim earned $500,000 as incentive and annual salary of $2,500,000 from MLB Los Angeles. Tim played for a one-year contract.
In 2010, a Sport’s Centre was using Tim’s most popular nicknames. These include ‘The Freak,’ ‘The Franchise,’ ‘The Freaky Franchise’ and ‘Big Time Timmy Jim.’