Wherever I Wind Up: My Quest for Truth, Authenticity and the Perfect Knuckleball

Reviewed by Mark Newman of MLB.com

Image“I like adventure,” R.A. Dickey writes in his book Wherever I Wind Up, which hit bookstores on Thursday. He is talking on page 289 about spending part of his first Mets season in 2010 at a condo in Greenwich, Conn., belonging to former Met Shawn Green.

Dickey, his wife, Anne, and their three young children toughed out five sweltering days without power because the management company evidently wasn’t told he was coming. . . . Read More

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