According to John Heyman of MLB.com, the Dodgers are now planning to attend a pitching showcase by former 2-time NL Cy Young Award winner, Tim Lincecum.
The former Giant had hip surgery last September and hasn’t pitched since June 27 due to his degenerative hip condition. His most recent no-hitter was back in 2014 versus the Padres.
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Lincecum aims for starting job. SFG thinking pen for now. SFG, dodgers, a's, bs. Chisox, nats, o's, marlins, more r coming
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 3, 2016
The Dodgers are in desperate need of pitching and if Lincecum can come back near his 2014 form, then it could be the help the team has been looking for. As you can see, the Dodgers will have plenty of competition for Lincecum’s services.