R.A. Dickey

Mr. 4000
The great Ichiro Suzuki, one day to be enshrined in Cooperstown, has reached 4,000 professional hits between his Japan and United States Major League Baseball careers.
Blue Jays-Yankees Series Preview
The Yanks and Jays have at it for three in the Bronx.  New York just lost two of three to Seattle and Toronto has won four straight against the Red Sox and Giants respectively.  Here is a series preview.
Dickey Traded
Now that R.A. Dickey has agreed to a contract extension with the suddenly stellar Blue Jays, the trade is complete. The New York Mets have traded the reigning Cy Young award winner and platoon catchers Mike Nickeas and Josh Thole for catching prospect Travis d'Arnaud, single-A pitcher Noah Synd…
Dickey Wins Cy Young
Even as his lowly ball club crumbled around him, New York Mets surprise ace R.A. Dickey remained a pillar of consistency. Today, Dickey was rewarded for his amazing season, being named the 2012 NL Cy Young award winner.
Check Out A Preview Of Knuckleball, Featuring R.A. Dickey [VIDEO]
R.A. Dickey has embarked on the worlds most amazing press tour of all time. After putting up an 8-13 record last season, R.A. set out at the beginning of the year with a movie and a book to promote through his play. With that pressure, as well as the pressure of holding up an organization, Dickey h…
Are the New York Mets Too Soft?
I know as a Met fan I should be thrilled about the teams record-For the record I am. But something that has bothered me for a long time, since the wonderful teams of the 80's really has reared it's ugly head again I am afraid-SOFTNESS!!!!!
No-Hitter Vs. Two One-Hitters: Which Would You Prefer?
New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey has been crazy good this season, sitting with an 11-1 record after throwing back-to-back one-hitters. Before today's show, Noe and I discussed which we would prefer to do: throw a no-hitter, or throw a pair of one-hitters...