Originally posted on Mets Merized Online  |  Last updated 3/7/12
MiLB.com spoke to Mets top prospect Matt Harvey about his pitch repertoire, learning baseball from his father and his journey through the organization. MiLB.com: You pitched at two levels in your rookie year last season. What positives were you able to take from that? Matt Harvey: Obviously, this being my first move up in pro baseball, it was a good experience of mentally preparing and staying with my approach no matter where I was. I think I got away from it a little bit right after the move [to Double-A] and I struggled a bit. I finally got to realize that baseball is baseball and that pitching is pitching. No matter which level I’m at or whether I get promoted, I still have to stick with what I can do and stick to my approach. MiLB.com: You finished the season strong with five wins in your last six starts. How encouraged were you by how well you pitched late in the year? Harvey: It’s always good to finish strong. I didn’t want to go up to Double-A and have my struggles at the b...
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