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National Post May 14, 2016
Dickey continues trend of dominant starting pitching for Jays in win over Rangers

Dickey continues trend of dominant starting pitching for Jays in win over Rangers

The Toronto offence was dragged kicking and screaming out of mothballs Friday night but the good news for the Blue Jays was that it didn't really matter. Pitching has become the engine that powers this Blue Jays' bus and in this 5-0 victory over the Texas Rangers, R.A. Dickey was the wheelman.
Mets 360 May 9, 2016

Mets Minors: Wuilmer Becerra has gone supernova

By this point, you know who Wuilmer Becerra is.  He’s the final piece of the coup that Sandy Alderson orchestrated with the Toronto Blue Jays when he traded away R.A. Dickey.  You’ve seen Travis d’Arnaud and have seen him shine…Read more →
The Republican May 9, 2016
Steven Wright: Boston Red Sox righty's first trip to Yankee Stadium in 2009 perhaps was a glimpse into his future

Steven Wright: Boston Red Sox righty's first trip to Yankee Stadium in 2009 perhaps was a glimpse into his future

Boston Red Sox's Steven Wright began throwing the knuckleball during 2010. He has received pointers from R.A. Dickey, who he saw pitch at Yankee Stadium in 2009.
Sons of Steve Garvey May 7, 2016

Game 30 Thread: May 7 @ Blue Jays, 10a

Clayton Kershaw (3-1, 1.96) vs. R.A. Dickey (1-3, 5.73) What the hell? Who schedules a game this early on a Saturday? Especially after another disappointing loss that drove us to drink. (Instead of drinking of our own free will, which we would have done anyway.) Oh well, grab some Canadian bacon and Tim Horton's coffee because it's...BREAKFAST BASEBALL.
On deck: Dodgers at Blue Jays, Saturday, 10 a.m.

On deck: Dodgers at Blue Jays, Saturday, 10 a.m.

TV: SNLA (where available) Where: Rogers Centre Did you know: R.A. Dickey and Clayton Kershaw finished 1-2 in the 2012 National League Cy Young Award voting with Dickey getting 27 first-place votes, Kershaw two. Since then, Dickey (who was traded to...
National Post May 3, 2016
‘Not executing good enough to win’: Toronto Blue Jays lose pitching duel against Texas Rangers

‘Not executing good enough to win’: Toronto Blue Jays lose pitching duel against Texas Rangers

The Jays' R.A. Dickey and the Rangers' A.J. Griffin both cruised for six innings, though neither earned a decision
Toronto Sun Apr 28, 2016
More questions than answers for Jays as April winds down

More questions than answers for Jays as April winds down

The other night, after getting raked over the coals yet again, this time by the Chicago White Sox, R.A. Dickey was trying to wrap his mind around the hot mess that has been his season so far.
South Side Sox Apr 26, 2016

White Sox 10, Blue Jays 1: Cruise night

Chris Sale picks up his fifth win as South Siders win their fifth straight Last year, Chris Sale took a seven-game winning streak to the mound on the road against an AL East knuckleballer (Steven Wright). He took a liner off his person to start his night, which knocked him off track, halted the Sox' run and, ultimately, the season. Facing a different AL East knuckleballer (R.A. Dickey) with a four-game winning streak tonight, Sale showed how the story was supposed to go. He held down the Blue Jays over eight overwhelming innings while his offense piled on runs, allowing the White Sox to...

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