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R.A. Dickey Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: R
- Height: 6' 3"
- Weight: 215
- Age 41
- Seasons: 15
- Salary: 12,000,000
- Birthplace: Nashville, Tennessee
- College: Tennessee
DRaysBay Aug 8, 2016
The Rays travel north of the border for a three game set with Toronto TODAY'S STARTING PITCHERS: 2016 W L ERA FIP K% BB% AVG BABIP HR GS IP fWAR Jake Odorizzi 6 5 3.70 3.92 22.5% 6.9% .238 .280 18 23 131.1 2.1 RA Dickey 8 12 4.49 5.30 17.2% 8.4% .251 .266 26 23 138.1 0.4 Jake Odorizzi continued his strong run as he extended his scoreless streak to 21.2 innings dating back to his start on July 17th against the Orioles. His last start came on the third against the Royals as he kept them scoreless for six...
National Post Aug 3, 2016
Dickey had some young company on the pitching pedestal. Danny Barnes, called up from Buffalo earlier Tuesday, pitched a scoreless eighth inning in his debut on the big stage to maintain the one-run lead.
Toronto Sun Aug 2, 2016
From the moment of Carlos Correa’s walk-off single in the 14th inning on Monday night, R.A. Dickey was completely aware that he would have the entire pitching staff on his shoulders when he took the mound on Tuesday.
Toronto Sun Jul 27, 2016
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was as comfortable with his decision to flip-flop the starting assignments of pitchers Marco Estrada and R.A. Dickey -- having Dickey start on shorter rest Wednesday -- after the game as he was before the game.
National Post Jul 27, 2016
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Gaslamp Ball Jul 27, 2016
The streak lives on! The Padres have now homered in 25 straight games, tying the National League record set by the 1998 Atlanta Braves. Today the man to extend it was utility infielder Adam Rosales, who took Blue Jays knuckleballer R.A. Dickey deep in the third inning to give San Diego a 2-0 lead. It was Rosey's seventh home run of the year and was followed, of course, by his customary sprint around the bases. Rosales wasn't the only Friar to go yard in this far-too-early game. Brett Wallace extended San Diego's lead to 5-0 in the fifth inning with a solo shot off of Dickey, and then Alex...
Bless You Boys Jul 26, 2016
Mike Pelfrey enters the lion's den of Fenway Park in search of his fourth win on the season. The Detroit Tigers offense will take on their second knuckleballer of the season on Tuesday night, as they go to work against right-hander Steven Wright. This is not a matchup that favors the Tigers. Their previous encounter with the knuckleball did not go well, and Wright is having an outstanding year. Back on July 10, the Tiger faced R.A. Dickey in Toronto, and were largely stymied. Dickey allowed just five hits and one run over seven innings. The fickleness of the knuckleball is legendary, but...