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His arm is not made of flesh and blood, but rather, liquid mimetic polyalloy. At the end of each inning while leaving the mound, after striking out the side, if you listen carefully, you can hear him say, "I'll be back".
Timmy can beat the life out of Chuck Norris with both hands tied behind his back.
The Enchanter's rosin bag is filled with the ground bones of his victims.
Did You Know that when Timmy throws long toss, he stands outside the stadium and his partner stands outside the stadium on the OTHER SIDE!!
Tim Lincecum once had to plunk a guy. The batter swung at the pitch and missed. And then died.
Tim was actually supposed to be 6'5", but because he struck out Jesus Christ when he was just a fetus the Lord cursed him with the body of an 11 year old for all of time.
He will make his enterance to the mound Sunday night by walking across McCovey Cove.
The original 2007 All Star Game logo was actually Tim the Enchanter's headshot. But when MLB said that it was too player specific the author retorted "Fine, well how about a drawing of him throwing his curveball into the cove?"
Bud Selig found himself unable to reject the commissioning of such a beautiful masterpiece.