Well, it was fun while it lasted.
The New York Mets dealt newly-minted Cy Young award winner R.A. Dickey over the weekend, according to a report on MLB.com.
The Mets will reportedly receive two young catchers and a pitching prospect for Dickey and catcher Josh Thole, pending approval of the deal.
Dickey had a dominant season for the Mets in 2012, baffling opposing batters with his selection of junk pitches that were downright unhittable.
Last month, Dickey became the first knuckleball-thrower to win a Cy Young award, which is given every year to the best pitcher in each league.
There was much speculation in the off-season as to whether or not the Mets would keep Dickey or try and capitalize on his success this season.
The Mets chose to keep All-star third baseman David Wright with a huge contract extension.
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