"I'll get something weird in there," Lincecum acknowledged Sunday.
Yet he's never mentioned as a Gold Glove candidate. He pointed out that the follow-through of his pitching motion carries him off the mound and slightly toward first base, which frequently prevents him from making routine plays."I think what keeps me out of the running, if I had to say anything, is the fact that I'm not a guy who gets to the defensive position quickly," Lincecum said. "I'm not balanced enough to make the play unless the ball's going my way or it hits me. I'm not a guy like [St. Louis' Adam] Wainwright, guys who follow through and they're already ready to field the ball."