he better hope the right team drafts him. Put him with some nice old fashioned developmental coaches who insist on cookie cutter approaches and it may not go well. Hopefully we get him, he sounds mature and dedicated which should go a long way in helping him succeed
I think anyone who would want to change him would shy away from him, at least early in the draft. At this point, though, Lincecum has probably paved the way for guys like Bauer. Maybe the Mariners regret passing on home-town Lincecum and will draft him.
Very nice article, thanks for posting, SF.