From the Bay Area News Group:

Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum is being sued by his former landlord, who accuses him of stealing and destroying $200,000 worth of household items earlier this year in his furnished San Francisco apartment.

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in San Francisco Superior Court, landlord Mindy Freile alleged that shortly after Lincecum’s lease expired at 141 Hampshire St., the star pitcher illegally returned to living in the apartment and “broke, stained, defaced, tore, injured or destroyed” her property.

Lincecum’s Los Angeles-based agent Rick Thurman called it an “unwarranted lawsuit,” adding “I’m not going to dignify it with a response.”

With the incredibly useful/unbelievably invasive help of Google Maps Street View, your virtual brush with the star pitcher/accused apartment vandal is one click away. Use the arrows for a 360-degree view of Timmy’s old place, which will eventually afford you a fine glimpse of what somone looking out the window would see: the back of a Safeway.

And is that Lincecum’s car in the driveway? Looks like the same one featured in this clip from CSN Bay Area’s “A Day in the Life of Tim Lincecum,” broadcast in January.

The View From Tim Lincecum’s Old Apartment 6 October,2011Jon Brooks

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