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SAN JUAN, P.R.: So far this season, R.A. Dickey has been one of the biggest surprises in all of baseball. Seven starts as a New York Met, six wins for the 35-year-old knuckleballer. Tonight, he and the Mets will try and take their winning ways to another country, Puerto Rico. Major League Baseball moved this three-game series starting tonight from Miami to PR, so the Marlins will be the home team and bat last. So far, Dickey has pitched six or more innings and has not allowed more than four runs in all of his seven starts. His last start on Wednesday was his best so far. Against the Tigers, he pitched eight innings, shutting them out on four hits. He could have pitched a complete game, since he had only thrown 97 pitches, but Jerry Manuel wanted to get Francisco Rodriguez into th ...

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