Former Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum has been released by the Texas Rangers after struggling in Triple A this season.  The 33 year old posted a 5.68 ERA in just 10 appearances.  He allowed 14 hits and 9 walks in less than 13 innings.

Lincecum, who hasn’t pitched in the major leagues since 2016, signed a one year deal for $1 million prior to the season.  He was hoping to mount a comeback and the Rangers were hoping he could help their bullpen out.

For now Lincecum’s comeback attempt is on hold.  Rumors are he still looks jacked in a cutoff shirt.