San Francisco Giant ace Tim Lincecum is not your average big league ballplayer. With his long stringy hair, T-shirt and jeans wardrobe and unorthodox pitching delivery "The Freak"--as he is affectionately known--has long since ceased shocking the sports establishment. Until now. He recently revealed his usual order at one of his favorite "restaurants". (Warning: If you are on a diet you may not want to see this)

He dines regularly at In-N-Out burgers, the popular fast-food burger joints on the West Coast.His traditional fare?Three Double-Doubles. Two fries. A chocolate-strawberry shake. Ketchup please, but hold the lettuce and tomatoes."I'm not a big vegetable guy,'' he says.Let's see, three burgers at 590 calories. Two fries at 395 calories. A shake at 590 calories.

The grand total: 3,150 calories.

"I've gone away from eating more cheeseburgers,'' Lincecum says, "and just adding patties.''

The 5-11 right-hander has said that he has a difficult time putting weight on his 168 pound frame. If he keeps on ordering the usual that problem won't last for long.