"I talked to him at length yesterday afternoon after the game," manager Terry Collins said Sunday. "He said it was fine. He iced it and things were good."
Showing off a bright red imprint of the baseball's stitching on the inside of his right wrist, Dickey was unconcerned about the injury after Saturday's game. Marlins pitcher Ricky Nolasco struck him during the knuckleballer's at-bat in the fifth, but Dickey remained in the game to pitch two more innings. He ultimately left after experiencing some tightness.
Dickey is off to a 5-1 start with a 3.65 ERA in seven starts.