Ron Darling on R.A. Dickey's Transition to the American League

Damon BruceHost, Behind the MicMay 3, 2013

R.A. Dickey walked away from last season with a National League Cy Young to his name. Now that he finds himself in the American League, things might be a bit tougher for him. 

Ron Darling took the time to offer his thoughts on what a pitcher goes through when they transition to the American League. With designated hitters and stronger batting orders, R.A. Dickey faces new challenges in his new league.

Check out the video to hear what Ron Darling thinks, and make sure to let us know what you think about pitching in the American League in the comments section below.

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