Ignore me if I'm reading too much into this, but on the day Tim Lincecum is awarded a record $13 million in arbitration, while accepting a reduced drug paraphernalia charge, too, isn't it a bit much to use the verb "shooting" in your headline when notifying the public of his record deal?
MLB.com's headline reads, "Lincecum shooting for a record in arbitration."
According to the dictionary, some old book I happen to come across from grade school, "Shooting" can be defined as, "To inject (a drug, for example) with a hypodermic syringe."
Call me 'Crazy,' but it seems to me that someone at MLB.com either lacks sensitivity towards a person OR is not very careful as to which verbs they are utilizing in their headlines.
Whatever the case, they ought to very well be tested for something.