Found January 08, 2013 on
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R.A. Dickey was introduced to the Blue Jays fans and media Tuesday. The knuckleballer was dealt from the Mets in a seven-player deal in December. As the story goes, knuckleball pitchers prefer to throw indoors so Dickey should have some success by giving hitters issues in the Rogers Centre.
As much trouble as he hopes to impose upon opposing hitters, Dickey had trying to put on his new Jays jersey during Wednesday’s presser. He needed help THREE DIFFERENT TIMES from general manager Alex Anthopoulos.
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