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Tim Lincecum vs. Roy Halladay: Pitcher/Hitter Matchups

With just a few hours remaining before the start of tonight’s opening game of the National League Championship Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the San Francisco Giants, baseball fans are anticipating one of the greatest pitching matchups in postseason history: Tim Lincecum vs. Roy Halladay.  The Freak vs. Doc.  The youngster vs. the veteran.

Before these two aces toe the rubber this evening, here is an in-depth look at how they both have matched up against each team’s hitters in both 2010 and over the course of their careers.

Tim Lincecum vs. Phillies, 2010:  0-0, 2.16 ERA, 8.1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 11K, 1 BB, .111 BAA

Tim Lincecum on the road, 2010:  7-3, 3.17 ERA, 115 K, 30 BB, .234 BAA

Against Phillies hitters:

  • Jayson Werth – .333(3/9), HR, 4K
  • Ryan Howard – .316(6/19), 3 HR, 5 RBI, 7K
  • Shane Victorino – .190(4/21), HR, 5K
  • Jimmy Rollins – .167(3/18), 2B, 5K
  • Chase Utley – .100(2/20), 2B, HR, 8K

Roy Halladay vs. Giants, 2010:  0-1, 6.43 ERA, 7 IP, 10 H, 5 ER, 5 K, 0 BB, .333 BAA

Roy Halladay at home, 2010: 12-5, 2.21 ERA, 117 K, 21 BB, .242 BAA

Against Giants hitters:

  • Edgar Renteria – .364(4/11)
  • Pablo Sandoval – .500(2/4), 2B
  • Pat Burrell – .333(6/18), RBI
  • Aubrey Huff – .258(17/68), 2B, 5 RBI, 13 K
  • Cody Ross – .188(3/16), RBI
  • Juan Uribe – .222(4/18), 2B, 6 K

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