Another dazzling performance could land R.A. Dickey in the New York Mets' record books.
Getting at least a win should make him the first pitcher in the majors to reach double digits.
Dickey looks to continue his outright dominance by extending his improbable scoreless streak Wednesday night when the Mets face David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays.
Dickey (9-1, 2.44 ERA) hasn't been charged with a loss since a visit to Atlanta on April 18, going 7-0 with a 1.55 ERA while holding opponents to a .195 average in his last nine starts.
The right-handed knuckleballer has been especially brilliant while winning each of his last four trips to the mound, allowing one run in 30 2-3 innings while striking out 38 and walking three. That includes an active streak of 24 2-3 straight scoreless innings, the longest such streak for the Mets (33-29) since Mike Pelfrey went 27 in 2010.
The team record is held by Jerry Koosman, who had a run of 31 2-3 shutout innings in 1973.
Dickey got close...