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I asked some of our writers what they felt were the Best and Worst moments for the Mets in the first half, and it looks like the consensus for the best was when we swept the Yankees and the Empire State Building was brightly lit up in Blue and Orange.
Best Moment: I’d have to say sweeping the Yankees in four games was pretty special. You hang onto moments like that when you have a season like this. It showed the kind of fire the team possesses even in a bad season.
Worst Moment: How they’ve handled Jordany Valdespin. This guy definitely has some personal stuff he needs to work on, but this organization is at fault too. They seem to have no problem throwing him under the bus whether it be sending him out to get pegged or letting the world know he allegedly called his manager a “c**ksucker.” He’s been a PR disaster. R.I.P. El Dramático
Best Moment: It comes every 5th day.
Worst Moment: Those days in between.
Best Moment: Mets complete sweep of...
BEST OF MAXIM
New York Mets ace Matt Harvey could be the next big thing in New York. In addition to having a 7-2 record and a 2.35 ERA in 19 starts this season, Harvey also has a tremendous sense of humor. And it seems like the ladies love him. Harvey, who last we heard is dating this [...]
The New York Mets appear to have a prize in Matt Harvey. However, after reading the Men’s Journal story I had to wonder. He couldn’t have meant what he was quoted as saying, could he?
As far a being a Derek Jeter-wannabe, the context was strictly in the pursuing female sense, and as you know, the Yankee shortstop has a bit of a reputation. But, he is Teflon and nothing sticks...
WHAT HE MEANT WAS...
Matt Harvey attempted to clear up the confusion surrounding his claim in that he wanted to be like Derek Jeter, saying, "I said I wanted to be like Jeter in good ways."
New York Mets All-Star pitcher Matt Harvey appeared on the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show and took to the streets with a microphone. Harvey interviewed unsuspecting baseball fans in a hilarious clip.
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Mets phenom Matt Harvey is living the dream in his first full season in the majors, starting the All-Star Game in front of the hometown fans and dating a supermodel. So why not shoot for the moon?
Harvey said he wants to have Derek Jeter's life, especially his love life, and have "the best apartment in the city" when he gets "that $200 million contract."...
Mets rookie pitcher will become the third Mets pitcher to start an All Star, joining Dwight Gooden and Tom Seaver before him. He’s had a ridiculous first half to his first Major League season posting a 7-2 record with a crazy 2.35 ERA and 0.92 walks and hits per innings pitched. He’s also struck out 147 in 130 innings. Despite dating a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model...
The NL Cy Young award, like the AL award, is a two horse race. Kershaw. Harvey. Kershaw. Harvey. It's interesting that the award has come down to these two pitchers, despite neither of them leading the National League in fWAR. But Kershaw leads baseball in ERA, and Harvey is fourth in the majors while leading the National League in strikeout rate, so it at least makes sense that...
Last night was a memorable All-Star Game to say the least. The night began with Matt Harvey, the 24 year old, Connecticut native and NY Mets budding superstar having a scoreless two-inning outing to kick off the game on his home turf. After a couple runs knocked in by the AL, the NL was left without the jumpstart they were in desperate need of, acquiring just 3 hits all night.
Monday night proved to be a great evening for sports-related content on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Early in the show, the comedian enlisted Mets pitcher and National League All-Star starter Matt Harvey to interview hilariously oblivious baseball fans on the streets of New York City about ... Matt Harvey:
Fallon followed Harvey's antics with a so-called "exclusive"...
(Sports Network) - New York Mets right-hander Matt Harvey's electric first half has brought back memories of Dwight Gooden bursting on the scene for...
12 p.m. ET: Some fans love the All-Star Game, and some hate it. Some think rewarding home field advantage in the World Series to the winner is fair, and some do not. The chatter surrounding the premise of the All-Star Game is often more exciting than the actual game, but love it or not, the game will still happen tonight at 8 p.m.
This year’s affair is packed with the usual big...
After Mike Trout led off the All-Star Game with a double, Matt Harvey hit Robinson Cano in the knee with a pitch.
Cano stayed in the game initially while walking to first but left the game a batter latter.
Harvey would escape the inning without allowing a run and pitch a perfect second inning before departing the game.
Told Cano got hit more in the quadriceps than the knee...
Welcome to Next Impulse’s MLB All-Star Liveblog.
The All-Star Game is a time where we can celebrate America’s pastime together, you know from coast-to-coast and such.
The player introductions went about as you would expect with Matt Harvey getting the most enthusiastic ovation from the Citi Field Crowd, and I mean — he deserves it.
8:00 PM – The players all came out with...