Found May 12, 2013 on Mets360.com:
The Mets give the fan base a Mother’s Day present by starting Matt Harvey in today’s 1:10 PM game. To get started just enter your email address and desired username: Name E-mail Related Posts:Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Jose Fernandez (4/29/13)Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Stephen Strasburg (4/19/13)Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Scott Diamond (4/13/13)Mets Game Chatter – Matt Harvey vs. Roy HalladayGame Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Hector Santiago (5/7/13)
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Is Matt Harvey really unstoppable?

Yeah, yeah, yeah; another story about how amazing Matt Harvey is. Harvey is the best pitcher the Mets and their fans have seen on the hill in quite some time and things just keep getting better. The right-hander retired 27 of 28 hitters across nine shutout innings in his last start and looked pretty awesome doing it with a bloody nose. Harvey has not lost a single start this season...

Mets Waste Another Matt Harvey Start

METS CAN’T AFFORD TO WASTE HARVEY (AP) Terry Collins said the Mets are a different team with Matt Harvey, and that he gives them a presence a chance to win once every five days. That makes it is especially troubling when they waste one of his starts, as they did in Sunday’s 3-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Harvey, who flirted with perfection in his previous start Tuesday...

Matt Harvey’s Similarities To Tom Seaver Uncanny

One of my greatest wishes as a relatively young Mets fan is wanting to have seen Tom Seaver pitch. Sure, I’ve seen the highlight videos and World Series tapes that portrayed his dominance, but it’s still not the same as seeing the best pitcher in Mets’ history actually toe the rubber. However, albeit still very early, we younger Mets fans are seeing firsthand what it was like...

3 Up & 3 Down: Mets Served Up Some Bad Home Cooking Edition

Usually, it isn’t until after the All Star break, when we need to combine series to come up with 3 Ups and 3 Downs. This week was an exception with the Mets winning 2 out of 6 games against the Chicago White Sox & the Pittsburgh Pirates. Unless the Met offense wakes up real soon, we’re going to be in for a long season. Sorry to say, a first baseman batting .190 in the middle...

Mets Lose Third Straight In 3-2 Loss To Bucs

PRETTY IN PINK? The Mets were beaten by the Pittsburgh Pirates by the score of 3-2 this afternoon in front of a nicely packed Mother’s Day crowd at Citi Field. Matt Harvey started and while he pitched good enough to win, he wasn’t at his best and he seemed to rely mostly on a variety of breaking balls and off-speed stuff rather than his usual 95-98 mph fastball. He tossed...

Buck wearing pink fingernail stickers

When New York Mets young ace Matt Harvey looks in for the signs from catcher John Buck he will see pink. Buck will wear pink reflective stickers on his fingernails Sunday to honor breast cancer survivors on Mother's Day. Catchers often paint their fingernails white to make it easier to decipher the signals they are giving for a particular pitch. Buck prefers the stickers from...

Mets Bullpen Not Getting Any Relief; Frank Francisco Suffers Setback

If you look at the Mets starting pitchers not named Matt Harvey, they have not been able to go deep into games of late.  On Saturday, the Mets bullpen had to pitch four or more innings for the eighth time in their last twelve games which has left the unit tired and limited. They called up funky throwing Greg Burke after sending Jeurys Familia to the DL in an effort to give the bullpen...

Game 37: Pirates 3 Mets 2

Well, that was wild.  There were a lot of ways that the Pirates could've lost this Sunday afternoon game against the Mets. They had a chance to really deliver a knockout punch to Matt Harvey in the second when Clint Barmes lead off the inning with his second homer (his first homer was against Stephen Strasburg, go figure) and then they loaded the bases up with just one out...

Pirates 3, Mets 2

You have to feel good about the Bucs taking winning on a day their spot starter went against an ace on the road, and that’s exactly what happened on Sunday afternoon as they finished off a series victory in New York. Phenom Matt Harvey had a solid afternoon, but was far from dominant. After the Bucs fell behind early, they answered with a home run in the third inning by Clint Barmes...

Mike Francesa Rips the Mets, Part LXIX

Matt Harvey flip flopper Mike Francesa ripped the Mets today. Lather, rinse, and repeat. **Follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Subscribe, or Return to BobsBlitz.com.Follow us on Twitter.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com

P3 Episode 3: What To Do With Alvarez, Gomez, and Mercer; Casey Sadler Interview

Episode three of The Pirates Prospects Podcast can be downloaded or streamed below. This week’s episode includes analysis from Tom Bragg (@TomBraggSports) and James Santelli (@JamesSantelli) on the Pirates, John Eshleman (@John_Eshleman) on Altoona, Tom Bragg on West Virginia, John Dreker (@JohnDreker) on the draft, an interview with Altoona pitching prospect Casey Sadler (@sadler_squared...

Game 37 Preview: Pirates at Mets

Pirates (20-16) at Mets (14-19) 1:10 PM–Citi Field, New York MLB.com Gameday TV: ROOT The Bucs finish this weekend’s series in New York with another afternoon game on Mother’s Day. Be sure to take the advice of the Bucs’ equipment manager today.  Pregame news: Tony Sanchez was not activated from the taxi squad, so Russell Martin‘s injury apparently isn’t serious (although...

Jeff Karstens Goes Three Innings in a Rehab Start For Bradenton

Jeff Karstens threw three innings in Bradenton tonight. Jeff Karstens made his first rehab start tonight for the Bradenton Marauders, going up against the Clearwater Thrashers. Karstens was scheduled to throw three innings or 50 pitches. He ended up going three innings, allowing one run on four hits, with no walks and four strikeouts. The right-hander needed 42 pitches to get through...
MLB News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.