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Wheeler tries to follow up his impressive debut but has a tough matchup with Sale, a first-round pick of the Sox in 2010, the same draft that produced Matt Harvey.  Game time is 8:10 PM. To get started just enter your email address and desired username: Name E-mail Related Posts:Game Chatter: Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler (6/18/13)Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Hector Santiago (5/7/13)Game Chatter: Matt Harvey vs. Stephen Strasburg (4/19/13)Game Chatter: Dillon Gee vs. Dan Haren (6/5/13)Mets Game Chatter – 8/10/12
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