So far this year, the Mets starting pitching has been key to their surprising season. but they've also got a knuckleballing starter pitching a dominant June.
In the last two games he's started, R.A. Dickey has pitched two complete-game one-hitters. Through 18 innings, he's amassed 25 strikeouts and only allowed two batters to get on base via a hit. He's also the National League's first 10-game winner.
, we want to know, which feat is more impressive: Santana's no-hitter, or Dickey's back-to-back one-hit games?
Sure, Santana may have broken a long-standing barrier, but Dickey's dominant performance can't be overlooked.
So what do you think, Mets fans? Who's got the better accomplishment under their belt, Santana or Dickey? Vote in our poll below and tell us what you think in the comments.