Negotiations on a contract extension for R.A. Dickey are the only thing holding up a trade between the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays, FoxSports.com reported Sunday.

The report said the reigning N.L. Cy Young Award winner has until Tuesday at 11 a.m. PT to agree to the extension with the Blue Jays. Dickey currently is under contract for 2013 at $5 million and has sought an additional $26 million to $28 million over two years from the Mets.

An official involved in the trade discussions said Toronto catching prospect Travis d'Arnaud would be the centerpiece coming to New York in any deal.

NHL

The league and players association didn't talk, the 92nd day of a lockout that is threatening to wipe out an entire season for the second time in nine years. Players started voting on whether to have their union give up collective bargaining rights, a "disclaimer of interest" that could be a precursor to an antitrust suit. The league argued in a lawsuit filed Friday in federal court in New York that the union's actions were a bargaining maneuver and asked that the lockout be declared legal.

Golf

Davis Love III had a nice pitch shot on No. 18 and son Dru finished off the birdie to win the Father-Son Challenge in Orlando, Fla. With Larry and Josh Nelson already in at 22-under 122 for the two-day scramble, both Loves misfired in trying to reach the green in two at the par-5 18th. Dru went long and right. Davis' ball rolled onto the bank of a greenside pond. But the elder Love found the right touch on his pitch from Dru's position, and his son made the putt. The Loves closed with an 11-under 61. Davis won the entire $200,000 first prize, since Dru plays for Alabama's No. 1-ranked team.

  • Sergio Garcia won the rain-shortened Johor (Malaysia) Open, closing with an 11-under 61 for a three-stroke victory. He finished at 18-under 198. Garcia birdied seven of the first nine holes. John Daly (65) was 15th at 8 under.

  • Charl Schwartzel was a runaway winner for the second straight week on the European Tour, coasting to a 12-shot victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in Malelane, South Africa. The 2011 Masters champion shot a 3-under 69 to finish at 24-under 264.

    Soccer

    Lionel Messi scored twice and reached 90 goals for the calendar year, leading Barcelona (15-0-1) over second-place Atletico Madrid (12-3-1) 4-1 in the Spanish league. Messi already broke the record of 85 goals in a year for club and country, set by Gerd Mueller of Bayern Munich and West Germany in 1972. The Argentine has 34 goals for Barcelona this year.

  • Brazil's Corinthians beat England's Chelsea 1-0 behind Paolo Guerrero's goal in the 69th minute to win the Club World Cup in Yokohama, Japan.

    Winter sports

    Tina Maze won her fourth straight World Cup women's giant slalom with a two-run time of 2 minutes, 16.84 seconds. Kathrin Zettel finished 0.22 seconds back at Courchevel, France. Lindsey Vonn failed to finish her first run. "Hit a rock on my left ski and skied off course," she said. U.S. teammate Julia Mancuso was sixth at 2:19.17.

  • American Ted Ligety cruised to his third World Cup giant slalom win of the season with a two-run time of 2:37.27. Marcel Hirscher was second, 2.04 seconds behind in Alta Badia, Italy.

    College basketball

    Brandon Paul scored 17 points, and No. 10 Illinois (12-0) pulled away late for a 66-53 victory over visiting Eastern Kentucky (9-1). The Colonels came in riding the school's best start in 66 years.

  • Le'Bryan Nash had 19 points, and No. 24 Oklahoma State (9-1) posted a 91-63 win over visiting Central Arkansas (4-4).

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.