Dickey shows his snookerNew York Mets starter R.A. Dickey (4-0) had his knuckleball working tonight at Camden Yards, recording a career high 8 strikeouts while allowing just 1 run over 7 innings leading the Mets to a 5-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles.   The Orioles greatest threat against Dickey came in the 4th inning.   They loaded the bases with no outs on 2 hits sandwiched around a walk, but Dickey struck out Luke Scott and Adam Jones swinging, then induced Matt Wieters to pop up getting out of it without allowing a run.   The Orioles lone run came on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 7th as a knuckler danced away from catcher Rod Barajas allowing Wieters, who was on third base, to score.Tension late in the snookerThings got a little tense late.   Mets reliever Pedro Feliciano, who took over for Dickey after 112 pitches, got himself into a bit of trouble in the 8th by allowing a 2-out double followed by a single putting runners on the corners.   But he struck out Wieters to end that threat.   Closer Francisco Rodriguez came on in a non-save situation in the 9th and got 2 quick outs, then gave up a long double to Corey Patterson before striking out Miguel Tejada swinging to end it.A good snooker has it's rewardDavid Wright immediately showed that moving him back to 3rd in the batting order was the right move.   With 1 out in the 1st inning and Jose Reyes on third base, Wright singled sharply to left giving the Mets a 1-0 lead.   Then in the 4th The Animal put it away.   With 1 out, Ike Davis on second and Jason Bay on first, Chris Carter hit a long home run to right making it 4-0 Mets.   It was Carter's 1st major league home run.   They added an insurance run in the 8th.   Angel Pagan greeted Oriole reliever Brad Bergesen with a single, then Wright followed with a double to deep right driving home Pagan to make it 5-0.   Wright finished the night 3 for 4.Box score