R.A. Dickey threw 116 pitches in 6 1/3 innings on Monday. (John Froschauer/AP)
By Jesse Baumgartner / MLB.com
R.A. Dickey was good, but Roy Halladay was better. The Blue Jays ace halted a Mariners offense that on Sunday rapped out 18 hits. Seattle's biggest threat came in the seventh, with runners on first and third and one out, but Halladay ended it with a strikeout and groundout.
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