60 Minutes April 14 2013
Recapo update: Here are the 60 Minutes segments from this week’s show.
- 60 Minutes: US Search For Joseph Kony & Lord’s Resistance Army
- 60 Minutes: Blue Jays R.A. Dickey Charity & What Is A Knuckleball?
- 60 Minutes: Texas’s Marfa New Wave Vs Marfa Natives & Prada Marfa
Are you ready for more great original reporting and in-depth stories from the 60 Minutes team? A new edition of TV’s #1 newsmagazine program will air on Sunday, April 14 2013. The scheduled stories will include a profile of Major League Baseball pitcher R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball.
60 Minutes: R.A. Dickey Knuckleball
What do you do when your career path is not working out the way you had planned? For R.A. Dickey, a minor league pitcher, that was the question he faced at a pivotal moment. Mastering the knuckleball was a choice that has changed the course of his life and career.
The pitcher eventually caught fire and rose to become the only knuckleball pitcher in the MLB. In 2012, he racked up an impressive 11-game winning streak, notching 20 total wins for the year. After a remarkable season for the New York Mets in 2012, he is pitching for a new team this season.
Dickey was traded from the Mets to the Toronto Blue Jays, and he spoke with 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl, who visited the pitcher at the team’s Florida training camp before baseball season began.
60 Minutes: R.A. Dickey Cy Young Award
Maybe even more incredible is the fact that Dickey’s skilled career turnaround made him just one of three Mets pitchers in baseball history to win the prestigious Cy Young Award. The Dickey profile even introduces 60 Minutes viewers to R.A. Dickey’s wife, Anne, revisits his childhood home in Nashville, and reexamines a painful chapter of the pitcher’s past that he uncovered in therapy sessions.
MLB pitcher R.A. Dickey is the subject of an in-depth 60 Minutes profile, airing Sunday, April 14 2013 on CBS. If you miss this edition of 60 Minutes, be sure to check back here to read about the stories featured in this episode.