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 TORONTO -- R. Nick Bjugstad Jersey .A. Dickey hasnt had the best of luck at home this season, giving up 21 more runs at Rogers Centre than he has while pitching on the road. But on Saturday afternoon, the Toronto pitcher was close to flawless. Dickey worked eight solid innings, striking out six and giving up two runs on seven hits and two walks as the Blue Jays defeated the Kansas City Royals 4-2. For the 38-year-old, Saturdays success was about taming his wild knuckleball by controlling its velocity. "An observant person probably saw that I changed speeds quite a bit today and was able to keep the slower knuckleball down and got some outs with it," Dickey said. "When you can add and subtract speed in the strike zone, youre going to have a better chance of your opponent mis-hitting balls and that was helpful for me today. "I took some risks and they paid off and hopefully I can just continue to get better." When Dickey (11-12) left the game after the top of the eighth, Toronto was down 2-0. But as he sat in the dugout with another pending loss hanging over his head, the Blue Jays came alive, taking advantage of some sloppy defence and ineffective pitching to score three unearned runs in the eighth inning. Shortstop Alcides Escobar blew a tailor-made double-play ball and Aaron Crow would later walk in two runs as the Blue Jays won their third game in a row. Jose Reyes hit three singles and Casey Janssen pitched the ninth to pick up his 26th save for Toronto (62-74). "It is very rare, especially late in the game like that because most of the time your opponents better relievers are coming in with a one-, two-, three-run lead so you dont see that happening very often," Dickey said of his teammates late rally. "I was very fortunate. "It wasnt an expectation. I certainly thought we had a chance to tie it, but the way that it happened, you dont see that very often." Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was impressed with his starters outing. "Its been a battle for him here this year but hes on a nice little run, too. Hes pitching very well," Gibbons said. "They scored those two runs early on but that was it, so thats all you can ask for -- eight strong innings. "After Buehrle last night, Dickey today, thats just what we need. Thats why we brought them over, to pitch games like this. Youre not going to get shutouts every time but you want them to hold the game within reason and give you a shot late." Blue Jays rookie Ryan Goins reached base on the Escobar error in the eighth while Reyes moved to second. Edwin Encarnacion walked to load the bases, with Crow coming in to replace Will Smith. Crow struck out pinch-hitter Mark DeRosa for the second out but unravelled from there, walking Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., to put Toronto in front and then giving the Blue Jays another run by walking Rajai Davis. Ned Yost came out to replace his pitcher and had some words for home-plate umpire Will Little, who ejected the Kansas City manager. Tim Collins came on in relief and got J.P. Arencibia to fly out. "Crow finally throws a strike and it gets called a ball," Yost said. "A strike is a strike ... you dont miss a pitch on a crucial situation like that. If he throws a ball, OK. But I think the replay will show it was definitely a strike." First baseman Eric Hosmer had two hits and drove in a run for Kansas City (69-66) and Escobar picked up the Royals other RBI on a two-out single to score Salvador Perez. Former Blue Jay Emilio Bonifacio had a triple and scored in the third inning for Kansas City. He also struck out three times. Jeremy Guthrie pitched seven strong innings for the Royals, allowing one run on eight hits while striking out four. Kelvin Herrera (5-7) shouldered the loss. The Blue Jays scored their first run in the seventh inning when Josh Thole drove a ball down the left-field line to score Davis. Thole was thrown out at second base on the play. The Blue Jays made a few other base-running blunders during the game. Goins was thrown out trying to go from first base to third on a single by Adam Lind in the first inning, and Reyes was thrown out at second trying to stretch a single into a double in the third. "Baserunning wasnt good today," Gibbons said. "The one with Goins going to third base, thats right in front of him. Hell learn theres certain left-fielders -- Gordons one of the best, a gold-glover. Reyes, Ive got no problem. He runs, thats the way he is. "The Thole one, we cant do that, especially in a tight ball game. Were lucky that didnt come back to bite us." Goins picked up a single in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to eight games. That tied Jesse Barfields team record for the longest hitting streak to begin a major-league career. Barfield set the mark in 1981. NOTES: Encarnacion is one home run shy of becoming the fourth Blue Jay in club history to record 35-plus home runs in back-to-back seasons. The other three players are Carlos Delgado, Shawn Green and Jose Bautista. ... Attendance at Rogers Centre was 34,315. ... The Blue Jays wrap up their three-game series with Kansas City on Sunday. Toronto left-hander J.A. Happ (3-4, 5.46 earned-run average) gets the start for the Jays against Royals right-hander James Shields (9-8, 3.14 ERA). Jussi Jokinen Panthers Jersey .com) - The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to get back on track Monday night when they welcome the Minnesota Timberwolves to Chesapeake Energy Arena. Roberto Luongo Jersey .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.panthersfansstore.com/Dave-Bolland-Jersey/ . 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And we have taken action.Goodell brushed aside a question about whether there are conflict-of-interest problems with paying those who head up independent investigations, such as into the leagues handling of the Ray Rice case or the ongoing look at the New England Patriots use of deflated footballs in the AFC title game.We have had people who have had uncompromising integrity run those inquiries, Goodell said. Then, speaking directly to the reporter, he added: Somebody has to pay them ... unless youre volunteering, which I dont think you are.Rice is the former Baltimore Ravens running back who punched his now-wife in an elevator, drawing an initial suspension from Goodell of two games. Goodell changed that to an indefinite ban after video from inside the elevator was posted by TMZ. Rice later appealed, and an arbitrator reinstated him.That and other domestic violence cases led the league to design a new personal conduct policy, which was approved unanimously by owners but has been criticized by the players union.Weve made enormous progress, Goodell said Friday. Were in a good place.On the main topic of conversation heading into Super Bowl week — the deflated footballs used by the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game — Goodell said: Whether a competitive advantage was aactually gained or not is secondary in my mind to whether that rule was violated. Florida Panthers Jersey. .A resolution will not come until after the Super Bowl.We dont know enough in this investigation to know who was responsible or whether there was even an infraction, Goodell said.Patriots owner Robert Kraft has said he expects the investigation to determine his team did nothing wrong — and he expects an apology from the NFL. Kraft did not attend Fridays news conference.Another issue that wont be resolved until after the seasons final game, Goodell said, is whether Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will be fined for refusing to answer any questions at required media sessions this week. The NFL docked Lynch $100,000 earlier this season for not talking to reporters.I understand it may not be on the top of his list, Goodell said, but everyone else is co-operating, everyone else is doing their part.On other topics, Goodell said:— Any clubs move to Los Angeles, without an NFL team for 20 years, would have to be approved by owners, and there have been no determinations of us going to Los Angeles, any particular team going to Los Angeles or going to any particular stadium. The St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers have been viewed as the teams most likely to try to head to L.A. Goodell also noted that San Diego needs a new stadium, as does Buffalo.— The league will take a look at possibly expanding instant replay reviews to include whether a penalty was committed and consider rotating officiating crews during the regular season. Crews currently work together all season long.— Adding more playoff teams is also on the table, but there are concerns, including the risk of diluting our regular season and conflicting with college football in January.— The league is hiring a chief medical officer to oversee health-related policies.___Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich___Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/AP_NFL NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys ' ' ' 
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