R.A. Dickey

Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Preview

Less hype, less hope for Jays in 2014

It would be fitting, in a can’t-predict-baseball kind of way, if the Blue Jays made their move just when the rest of the league stopped paying attention. It could happen, because there’s undeniable talent on this roster. Toronto could surprise, but will more likely stay in the cellar.

The Blue Jays went all-in on 2013, trading several top prospects, boosting the payroll, attracting more fans — but winning only one more game and finishing last in the American League East. Most of the same cast returns for another try, with a lot less optimism but also much less hype.

14 Amazing MLB Stats from Opening Week

Highlighting the most important, intriguing and bizarre stats in baseball.
<p> Baseball is a numbers game. Always has been. Always will be. And here are a few notable stats for the opening week of the season: March 31-April 7.</p>

Baseball is a numbers game. Always has been. Always will be. And here are a few notable numbers for the opening week of the season: March 31-April 7.

15    Earned runs allowed last Sunday by reigning Cy Young winners

R.A. Dickey Gets Sweet Star Wars Onesie for Christmas

The pitcher and Star Wars nerd shares his favorite present
<p> R.A. Dickey Gets Sweet Star Wars Onesie for Christmas&nbsp;</p>
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Self-proclaimed Star Wars nerd and knuckleball pitching sensation R.A. Dickey tweeted out a picture of his favorite Christmas present yesterday. The picture (as seen below) included the tweet: "Maybe my favorite gift all year. Thank you Lucas Film." 

R.A. Dickey No-Hitter? Or B.J. Upton Hit?

Official scorer's call in the first inning proved to be historical decision
<p> Was B.J. Upton’s chopper off R.A. Dickey down the third-base line a hit or an error? By my standards, it was an error. By most official scorer’s decisions on a nightly basis, it was a hit.</p>

Was B.J. Upton’s chopper off R.A. Dickey down the third-base line a hit or an error? By my standards, it was an error. By most official scorer’s decisions on a nightly basis, it was a hit.