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Though his team lost Game 5 of the NLCS on Thursday night, San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum(notes) had himself a boss moment in the seventh inning.

The Phillies threatened to extend their 3-2 lead by putting runners at the corners with one out. But pinch hitter Ross Gload(notes) lined Lincecum's 104th and final pitch to Aubrey Huff(notes), who stepped on first base for an unassisted double play.

Obviously pumped up, Linecum stalked off the mound and pointed — without looking — to Jimmy Rollins(notes), who had been stranded at third base.

"And you stay there!" Lincecum could be seen shouting.


That's when the picture was snapped with him looking a lot like Michael Jackson frozen in time.  Timmy's into singing the old standards, though, so maybe it was more like Phil Hartman doing Frank Sinatra saying, "And you stay there, buttercup!"

And then for the seventh-inning stretch, the lady with the hat made of snow globe innards came out to sing "God Bless America." 

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