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Blue Jays and Mets finalize deal for R.A. Dickey

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After the Blue Jays pulled off their mega-deal with the Marlins, I said they still needed another bat before they have a really good lineup. They got Melky Cabrera. Their rotation was still a question mark though because of Josh Johnson's injury history and the fact Mark Buehrle was more of a 3-4 than a ...

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Rumor: Yankees and Mets talked R.A. Dickey trade, no fit

The Mets have Cy YoungAward winner R.A. Dickey on the trade market and at some point during the Winter Meetings they spoke with the Yankees about a trade. The Yankees like him, but they didn't have the prospects to offer the Mets to pry him away, according to Andy Martino of the NY Daily News. Not ...

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Price, Dickey win the Cy Young award

The BBWAA didn't agree with me and instead picked Rays pitcher David Price for the American League Cy Young Award and it picked Mets knuckleballer, the first in history, R.A. Dickey for the National League Cy Young. Price did have a great season. He lead the AL with a 2.56 ERA and had a 8.7 K/9 ...

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Thoughts on the final game of the Subway Series

So, about that pitching duel… C.C. Sabathia wasn’t very sharp with his pitches, and R.A. Dickey wasn’t very sharp with his command… There were 19 hits in what seemed to be billed as the duel of the year… There were five errors, two big home runs, and a combined Game Score of 82 for the ...

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Dickey’s run reminiscent of Wakefield’s 95 season

Mets knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is in the midst of a consecutive 43 inning scoreless streak and one heck of a season where he has posted a 2.00 ERA with a career best 1.9 BB/9 and 9.4 K/9. It's really an amazing feat accomplished by somebody whose primary pitch is regarded as one of the hardest in baseball ...

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The Yankee Beat: Dickey, RISP, and Chavez

I have been waiting for today for a week now since I saw that CC Sabathia would be taking on R.A. Dickey, and his 43 inning scoreless streak, and the Mets. This latest round of the Subway Series is tied at 1-1 and the Yankees dropped two of three to the Braves to start the ...

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