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|W 12 - 6||BAL|
|L 10 - 6||BAL|
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Dickey allowed three runs in the first inning, a two-run homer in the third and a solo shot in the seventh. He allowed nine hits and three walks in 6 2/3 innings. He struck out four, his lowest total in five starts.
Dickey had a three-game quality-start streak end. He is 4-6 with a 4.85 ERA on in 11 starts. Dickey has struck out 57 and walked 31 in 68 2/3 innings.
His next start is Thursday versus the Braves in Atlanta.
"It was a little bit scary for me," Reyes said Saturday of his first time running. "But pain free. I just started running a little bit. I'm very happy the way that I performed yesterday; better than I expected. As I said, I'm going to continue to work the hardest I can to be on the field as soon as possible."
Reyes had been limited to soft toss in the batting cage and catch, but could take full batting practice and resume baseball activities in the next week. He says he will know he can play when he is able to round the bases and field his position.
"You can take a ground ball right in front of you and you feel good," Reyes said. "You can hit batting practice and feel good. When it comes to running and jumping around in the real game, it's going to be a different story."
Reyes is still not sure when he will be able to leave for a rehab assignment, though it looks like he could be back sometime in June, rather than at the All-Star break.
"He just started doing a little bit of swinging," manager John Gibbons told MLB.com Saturday. "We don't think he's too far off, but still you got to be cautious with that."
Davis has been taking dry swings off a tee and participating in minor baseball activities, and is expected to need a few game appearances in the minors before being activated from the disabled list.
Toronto recalled pitcher
Weber allowed just two runs in nine innings of work for the Padres earlier in the season.
After the game, Lawrie told reporters, "I didn’t do anything. I didn’t say one word to him -- not one. Didn’t look at him one time, and I’m in trouble for that," according to the National Post.
Lawrie has hit .195/.257/.367 in 126 at-bats.
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