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Little did anyone know at the time he was dealt to Toronto, but R.A. Dickey had a secret...he had been a Blue Jay before.
The knuckleballer tweeted out some awesomeness Saturday night.
The picture (feel free to click on it to make it bigger), according to Dickey, is "circa 1986" and while he won't divulge (yet?) which one is him...I have a feeling everyone has a guess.
What do you think?
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