Dickey Deal Reportedly Done

Reports today are that R.A. Dickey has agreed to a contract extension which would allow his trade to the Toronto Blue Jays to be completed. Josh Thole and a “non-elite minor leaguer” will join Dickey in Toronto. In exchange the Mets will get catching prospect Travis d’Arnaud, catcher John Buck, pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard and […]


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R.A. Dickey on The Daily Show

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Heed The Past With Dickey

The 2011 season brought the Mets a pleasant surprise in the emergence of R.A. Dickey. The knuckleballer defied the odds by winning 20 games and collecting Cy Young award honors. As pleasant as that is it also brings the Mets a dilemma: to sign or not to sign. Dickey had been an above average pitcher […]



Almost Spring

The agony (if you’re a Jets fan) and ecstasy (if you’re a Giants fan) of the football season is now behind us. With the Giants Superbowl victory on Sunday and parade yesterday the NFL news cycle is now complete. We can now start thinking about baseball. I’m not one to analyze rosters through the offseason […]



Notes From Last Night’s Game (7/25/2011)

R.A. Dickey had a good outing. Though he allowed 8 hits in his 6.2 innings of work he only allowed 2 runs while walking 1 and striking out 7. David Wright committed his third error in 4 games back from the DL. Four games is a small sample size and is no cause for alarm […]



Mets/Reds Stat Comparison

Here’s a short breakdown/comparison of the Mets and Reds heading into this week’s four game series: Sports Stats Here’s a comparison between tonight’s starting pitchers R.A. Dickey of the Mets and Mike Leake of the Reds. Sports Stats



Jim Caple on the Knuckleball

In ESPN Page 2 Jim Caple discusses Seattle Mariners knuckleballer R.A. Dickey and wonders why coahes don’t teach the knuckleball more