San Francisco Giants players have fun swapping jerseys

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San Francisco Giants are a very tight group and they haven't changed much from the ball club that won the World Series in 2012.

This continuity provides teams with a togetherness that can be unrivalled, and Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum proved this unity can provide some hilarious moments as well.

One week Lincecum is growing a insane moustache and the next he is swapping jerseys with his team-mates.

Close team-mates means crazy antics and today was no different with the Giants.

For some bizarre reason Lincecum and Kameron Loe decided to change uniforms much to the amusement of their team-mates.

Lincecum is 5ft 11inches but Loe 6ft 8inches, so as you can imagine the scenes were both funny and ridiculous.

San Francisco Giants beat reporter Andrew Baggarly tweeted today, "The odd couple, together at last."

To view the photos click here. We'll have to wait and see if the Giants players remain in good spirits once the season begins.

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