By Michael Beller
April 01, 2014
The Rangers took advantage of Cliff Lee, getting 11 hits and eight earned runs in five innings.
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R.A. Dickey, Toronto Blue Jays -- Dickey is going to struggle whenever his knuckler isn't dancing, as was the case on Opening Day. He allowed six runs on five hits and six walks in five innings against the Rays. It's those six walks that are troubling. His success is built on him being the only one who knows where his knuckle ball is going. When that isn't the case, as was too often true last year, he's going to run into problems. It's tempting to believe that he can reclaim his Cy Young form of 2012, but it's possible that guy will never be all the way back.

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