R.A. Dickey's knuckleball can make some unpredictable movements, but it didn't handle a trip to Puerto Rico well in a 10-3 loss to Florida. The Mets, in San Juan for a three-game series against the Marlins, didn't handle the opener well. Except for Jason Bay, that is. He hit two homers and drove in all three runs in the losing cause. Dickey fell victim to a four-run third inning and finished five innings having allowed five runs on five hits, three strikeouts and one walk. Dickey, who became the first Met to go 6-0 in his first seven starts with the team, fell to 6-1. Outside of Bay, the Mets managed just four hits, all singles.