SAN FRANCISCO
09/01/2011 02:44 pm ET | Updated Nov 01, 2011

Tim Lincecum, Ace Giants Pitcher, Releases Own Clothing Line (PHOTOS)

Even though Giants fever may have faded slightly since the heady days of last fall (or even the heady days of last month), San Franciscans still love Tim Lincecum.

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Unless the Giants' beloved Cy Young winner does something stupid like ditching San Francisco to play for the Dodgers, "The Freak" will always have a place in our hearts.

Outside of being one of the best active pitchers in baseball, Lincecum has also earned plaudits for his fashion sense, which isn't easy when he has to compete with teammate Brian Wilson's spandex tuxedo. The Washington State native has even been a cover model for both The New York Times Style Magazine and GQ.

Since the kid has become a bona fide media sensation, like so many bona fide media sensations before him, Lincecum has decided to release his own clothing line.

The Giants' ace has teamed up with clothing company Original Retro Brand Apparel on The Tim Lincecum Collection, a line of t-shirts and hats proudly displaying the visage and undeniably shaggy charm of the already legendary pitcher.

The clothes are emblazoned with Lincecum's nicknames "The Freak" and "The Franchise," as well as his infamous bow-tie look. Sadly, being able to buy actual Tim Lincecum-branded bow-ties is still just a beautiful dream.

"Liking" the clothing line on Facebook, gives well-dressed sports fans the change to win $500 in free gear or a baseball autographed by the man himself.