When Tim Lincecum isn't baffling opposing hitters with his barrage of unhittable pitches or challenging Landon Donovan to an epic FIFA battle, he's
allegedly falling behind on rent and destroying property, according to a lawsuit filed this month against the pitcher by his former landlord.
When Tim Lincecum isn't baffling opposing hitters with his barrage of unhittable pitches or
challenging Landon Donovan to an epic FIFA battle, he's allegedly falling behind on rent and destroying property, according to a lawsuit filed this month against the pitcher by his former landlord. The apartment in question is located at 141 Hampshire Street, a crib Lincecum moved into toward the end of the 2010 season. Click through the photos to see Lincecum's pad in its alleged pre-trashed days.
Lincecum's former townhouse, located at 141 Hampshire Street, Unit B, features a double-height, sun-drenched living room. The star Giants pitcher reportedly moved into the place towards the end of the 2010 season, but according to the townhouse landlord, Lincecum didn't vacate the spot until May 13, 2011, despite his lease expiring on February 28.
The sunny living room features hardwood floors, tons of floor-to-ceiling windows, and impressive Bay and City views.
The landlord's lawsuit claims that Lincecum ""broke, stained, defaced, tore, injured or destroyed" property in the unit, perhaps from " some kind of party that left it in really bad condition." If the allegations are true, it must've been one rager of a party.
The unit features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. About two years ago, the townhouse was listed for $2.7 million.
A view of Lincecum's kitchen. The condo was built in 2001 and is located on a cul de sac across the street from the loading dock of a Safeway store.
Lincecum's former master bathroom features double vanities and a large spa tub, perfect for relaxing those sore muscles after multi-strike out game days.
The master suite boasts a lounge space and its own private balcony.
The landlord alleges that the Mission district townhouse experienced at least $200,000 in damages and the lawsuit against the pitcher is seeking $350,000 in damages.
A view of one of the three bedrooms in the pitcher's pad.
The home even comes with its own private fitness room, a must-have amenity for any pro athlete.
The townhouse features a sweet private roof deck with unobstructed views of the City by the Bay.
Lincecum is likely shacking up in his native Emerald City for the off-season where he recently bought a lawsuit-free condo unit.